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Personality Disorders and Marriage
Author: Rabbi Simcha Feuerman, LCSW and Chaya Feuerman, LCSW
January 27th, 2015
Personality Disorders and Marriage by Rabbi Simcha Feuerman, LCSW and Chaya Feuerman, LCSW Psychotherapists   According to the soon-to-be-published DSM V (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual for Mental Disorders), a personality disorder is defined by an impaired sense of self-identity or failure to develop effective interpersonal functioning. Personality Disorders and marital difficulties go hand in hand. This is because persons with Person …
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Thirteen Distorted Beliefs that Sabotage Marital Harmony
Author: Rabbi Simcha Feuerman, LCSW & Chaya Feuerman, LCSW
January 27th, 2015
Thirteen Distorted Beliefs that Sabotage Marital Harmony Rabbi Simcha Feuerman, LCSW-R and Chaya Feuerman, LCSW-R   One of Cognitive Behavior Therapy’s great contributions to the emotional health of mankind is its ability to identify the power of incorrect or maladaptive beliefs, and how they shape our feelings.  If a person can allow himself to question his thoughts and beliefs, and become less defensive and more objective abou …
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Niddah and Abandonment
Author: Rabbi Simcha Feuerman, LCSW & Chaya Feuerman, LCSW
January 27th, 2015
Niddah and Abandonment by Rabbi Simcha Feuerman, LCSW and Chaya Feuerman, LCSW Psychotherapists   While the niddah time can be seen as the Torah’s attempt to guide a married couple in how to expand their relationship and appreciation for each other beyond the physical, for some couples it can become an enormous and painful challenge. For various reasons, the very practices and rituals designed to enhance respect and intimacy and be e …
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Why Can't We Stop Fighting? How Trauma Affects Relationships
Author: Rabbi Simcha Feuerman, LCSW & Chaya Feuerman, LCSW
January 25th, 2015
Why Can’t We Stop Fighting? How Trauma Affects Relationships by Rabbi Simcha Feuerman, LCSW and Chaya Feuerman, LCSW Psychotherapists   Sruly and Shani have been fighting like cats and dogs for years. When they came to us, Shani said, “I know that we should discuss our disagreements in a respectful and calm manner, but somehow we can’t stop fighting.” Sruly told us, "We really do love each other, but when our buttons …
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When Divorce Can Save a Marriage
Author: Rabbi SImcha Feuerman, LCSW-R and Chaya Feuerman, LCSW-R
January 25th, 2015
When Divorce Can Save a Marriage by Rabbi Simcha Feuerman, LCSW and Chaya Feuerman, LCSW   How is this for a riddle? How can divorce save a marriage? The answer has to do with how people think about divorce and marriage, and how ironically, their fear of divorce may actually prevent them from making progress and repairing their marriage. The FEAR of divorce leads people to avoid making constructive changes, having sober and mature dialogue a …
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The Dangers of Misdirected Piety
Author: Rabbi SImcha Feuerman, LCSW-R
January 25th, 2015
  The Dangers of Misdirected Piety Rabbi Simcha Feuerman, LCSW-R (Re-printed from the Jewish Press) The man in my office was beside himself. He had been seeing me for the past few weeks and made significant strides in recovering from his porn addiction. His path was not easy, but nevertheless rewarding. He had to face brutal realizations about himself and re-order his life. Despite all the progress, he was in grave danger of backsliding bec …
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Shame and It's Damaging Effects
Author: Rabbi SImcha Feuerman, LCSW-R and Chaya Feuerman, LCSW-R
January 25th, 2015
Shame and Its Damaging Effects by Rabbi Simcha Feuerman, LCSW-R and Chaya Feuerman, LCSW-R Printed Originally for the Jewish Press   Shame is an excruciating and agonizing emotion. When a person feels shame, he feels completely worthless and small, almost as if he has no right to exist. Shame is a powerful process that is hardwired into our system, and makes us humans sociable and responsive to the standards of our community. We have an ov …
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