Valentine’s Day Anxiety and Depression Tips

February 12, 2018

Are you feeling stressed knowing Valentine’s Day is coming? You are not alone. Single? In a new relationship? In a committed relationship? Married? Been together a short time or long time? Regardless of stage and phase of life, it is not uncommon for some to experience Valentine’s day stress experiencing anxiety and/or depression symptoms. Why […]

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Dr Karen Ruskin Relationship Expert Featured in DatingAdvice.Com

October 23, 2017 features relationship expert and dating expert Dr. Karen Ruskin. is referenced as “the authority on all things dating”. It is listed as the home to top dating experts where the viewer can read featured articles, learn about the most recent studies, browse dating advice, and more. As a leading expert in relationship health […]

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Female Empowerment – Relationship Health

July 28, 2017

It was such an honor to be the first and only to date Relationship Expert invited to speak at the Women2Women Leadership Conference held by Empower Peace. On Thursday July 27th, 2017 I educated 100+ young women from over 30 countries on topics such as: empowerment, self-esteem and confidence, and achieving one’s goals as it […]

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Can you die of a broken heart?

February 14, 2017

NBC News Boston – TV show: ‘This is New England’ provided it’s viewers with a touching love story of a couple who died 6 hours apart, told by their adult son. During this special segment for Heart Health Month and Valentine’s Day, I was asked to share my expertise as a Psychotherapist whom specializes in […]

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Love and Loss Tips – Heart Health Month

February 11, 2017

February is heart health month. Coming up this week is Valentine’s Day. Some say that I am in the ‘heart business’, as I am a Marriage and Family Therapist providing relationship counseling. Love loss and love gain is a common theme in relationships, be it the marital relationship or the parent-child relationship, the relationship one […]

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Clinton Inc The Movie – The Cast

September 10, 2016

I am proud to share that I am a member of the cast in: Clinton Inc The Movie. This documentary stars varied esteemed professionals of differing backgrounds offering their unique lens providing observations, commentary, and opinions woven throughout the movie. In addition to myself, this superb cast includes: Daniel Halper, Dick Morris, William Chafe, Dr. John […]

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Sexual Harassment, Flirt, Casual Chat- A Difference?

August 24, 2016

What is considered casual conversation in the work environment vs. flirtation? Can what one person deem casual conversation, another deem as flirtation? What is considered casual conversation vs. flirtation vs. sexual harassment? Is flirtation different from sexual harassment or is it one in the same? A hot topic in the news as of late is […]

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Loss Of Custody- Not The End of Parenthood

March 26, 2016

In my 20+ years as a Family Therapist, I have seen many parents hurting from the challenge of custody battles. Celebrity Madonna has been in the news as of lately, as the custody battle between her and Guy Ritchie regarding their 15 year old son Rocco Ritchie is public knowledge. With that, Star Magazine reached […]

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No Trump Or No Sex – Relationship Suicide Or Smart Plan?

March 13, 2016

“No Trump or No Sex”, “Vote Trump Or Get Dumped” – Have you heard about this campaign against Presidential hopeful Donald Trump? Yes folks, it’s just what it sounds like. A woman decides to create a group to campaign against Trump and determines the ideal method is to spread the word that women (implying men too, […]

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Not Ready To Say: ‘I Love You’ – Tips

February 8, 2016

Are you not ready to say: ‘I love you’? Though you care deeply for your mate and want to continue in this relationship? Do you feel like you are falling in love, though simply not ready to say those very special 3 words? Want some tips for what to say instead, that will be meaningful […]

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