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Mary Jo Rapini, Counselor/Therapist

Mary Jo Rapini - Counselor/Therapist - Houston, TX
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2480 Times Blvd, Suite 203
Houston, TX
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My goal is to help women gain the freedom to be all they can be, by empowering them and the men who love them.  Women need a strong support system that provides her with reinforcement, ...

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Using Body Language To Avoid Divorce

Divorce is complicated, and when you talk to someone going through one you learn that there are many issues that lead to a divorce. One of the simplest, most effective behaviors to cause a divorce is contempt. Couples who don't respect each other have been given a chance to improve with a digital gaming ...

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Dating Boundaries For Single Moms

A divorce or end of a relationship leaves both partners feeling conflicted, guilty and upset. Having a new relationship is usually not the first thing most ex’s think about especially when children are involved. Making sure the kids are okay and trying to ease their pain with the changes in the family ...

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Manage Your Stress To Manage Your Child's

  Kids are growing up fast in a generation with electronics their parents never knew. Recent family statistics mention that on average 53 hours per week of a child’s life is spent interacting with some sort of screen media. Kids are sleeping less and they’re involved in more non-family ...

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Parents; your stress is stressing your child

Our kids are growing up fast and in a generation with electronics their parents never knew. Recent family statistics mention that on average 53 hours per week of a child’s life is spent interacting with some sort of screen media, kids are sleeping less, they’re involved in more non-family ...

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6 Secrets You Shouldn't Keep From Your Partner

Most of us grow up with parents who teach us how to be polite. There are things you learn very young not to say in an effort to have good manners. These lessons carry over into our relationships and marriage. For example, if you are planning "a girl's/guy's night out," constantly talking to ...

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Time in Practice10 years +
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Licence informationExpiration 8/31/14
Number 9614
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CredentialsLPC
Time in Practice10 years +
I practice inMy state/province only
Additional Expertise
I offer my servicesAt my office
Licence informationExpiration 8/31/14
Number 9614
Latest Expert Videos