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Mary Jo Rapini, Counselor/Therapist

Mary Jo Rapini - Counselor/Therapist - Houston, TX
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Counselor/Therapist



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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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Three minutes to save your relationship

I’m sure you have seen it before. You and your partner go out for a nice dinner and get seated next to another couple. They begin bickering, and before long you are sorry you are sitting next to them. Their talk is unkind to one another, and you can only wonder why they are hashing their problems out ...

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Want A Happier Love Life? Find A Role Model

There is no "right" way to find or maintain a relationship, but like anything we do in life, it helps to have teachers and role models helping us along the way. When it comes to romantic love, identifying and learning from a role model—from someone who loves how you want to love—can be ...

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Sleeping With A Womanizer? Wake Up!

You are married, and this is the third time you have had this fight in a week. He is cheating. You know he is cheating. He knows you know, and is becoming less and less defensive. He thinks he has a right. He thinks it’s part of being a “guy”. It may be part of being a guy, but it isn’t ...

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3Tips to turning off an emotional affair.

Emotional affairs (EAs) are sneaky and it is common to find out you are in one without really understanding when and how it happened. Face book, instant messaging, texting, and tweeting have opened doors for emotional affairs to storm in and have also built the walls necessary to keep it secret. These are two of ...

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Are You In A Relationship With A Bully?

  Bully behavior begins in childhood. Kids watch their parents and siblings and learn those behaviors. If they learn bullying behaviors they will mimic them. Some of them learn the error of their ways and change. They may ask forgiveness or become compassionate to those they hurt or offended. Some of ...

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CredentialsLPC
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