APPS That Help Couples, Relationships, And Marriages

by Dr. Karen Ruskin on August 27, 2013

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Women’s Health Magazine asked for my perspective as a marriage therapist and relationship expert if there are APPS that can truly help couples, relationships, and marriages. In my opinion, there are APPS that can be used in adjunct to your regular every day face to face interaction with your mate to let him/her know they are on your mind and are special. APPS are not a substitute for in person dialogue, nor are APPS a substitute for emotional, physical and sexual intimacy. Rather APPS are something fun that can be used in addition to all that you do in a given day to water the plant of marriage.

Check out my interview in Women’s Health Magazine written by Kenneth Thapoung entitled: 5 APPS That Make Your Relationship Stronger

If you want do-able tips and concrete insight to enhance your relationship, take a sneak peak into Dr. Karen’s Marriage Manual for a healthy happy long term relationship.

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Follow Dr. Karen on Twitter or Facebook. Media Psychotherapist Guest Expert; Relationships, Parenting, Human Behavior, Analyzes Hot Topics In The News. Has appeared on FOX News Channel's: The O'Reilly Factor, FOX & Friends, FOX & Friends FIRST, America Live, Hannity, America's Newsroom, and FOX Business Network's: Cavuto. Go–to for FOX News Boston including the regular segment; Ask Dr. Karen. Also appeared on ABC's Good Morning America, Lifetime, Discovery Network's Destination America, The Steve Harvey TV Show, and more. Sought after Radio Guest Expert. Columnist. Often quoted in various print media: FOX Business, FOX News Magazine, Boston Globe, Boston Herald, Care.com, Good Housekeeping, Yahoo Shine, Parents, Parenting, CNN, TIME, Woman's Day, Men's Health, USA Today, and more. Owner/Founder/President: Dr. Karen Ruskin & Associates, Inc. Based in Massachusetts. Author of: 9 Key Techniques For Raising Respectful Children and Dr. Karen's Marriage Manual. Copyright 2012.

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