Is Your Relationship Perfect? Who Cares!

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Relationship Coach Advice For Happy Relationships
Your relationship will never be perfect, so stop expecting your partner to be.

Our partners can frustrate us, and our relationships are downright annoying at times. But take this relationship coach advice: perfect isn't the goal. Learn how to understand and appreciate your partner — and watch your intimacy grow.

YourTango Experts Carista Luminare and Lion Goodman joined a panel at HuffPost Live to share some secrets for relationship bliss — check out the video to learn more.

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Carista Luminare, Ph.D. & Lion Goodman

Marriage/Couples Counselor

Carista and Lion

 

Carista Luminare, Ph.D.   &   Lion Goodman

www.ConfusedAboutLove.com

 

 

Location: San Rafael, CA
Credentials: PhD
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