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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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Guys, some things are better left unsaid

Honesty is always the best policy, but volunteering information that will upset your partner or hurt their feelings is better left unsaid. Although some couples have no trouble saying exactly what’s on their minds, whether it is anger or hurt, many couples struggle and seek counseling due to their ...

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When Your One True Love Cannot Commit

Fear of commitment is a common theme in movies, songs and love stories. It exists in both men and women, but is supported and actually excused with men. In fact, when I asked a group of friends which sex is more likely to have a fear of commitment they all said unanimously "men." More popular terms ...

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Making Long-Distance Marriage Work

As recently as twenty years ago, marriage meant living under the same roof and sleeping in the same bed "till death do you part." But economic changes, as well as our ability to communicate with people from all over the world, afford us more options with our career choices and location. This presents a ...

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When Sibling Rivalry Becomes Sibling Bullying

It's natural for siblings to argue, and most of us with brothers or sisters have experienced that phenomenon while growing up. This is not only considered normal, but is a rite of passage in our childhood memories; who doesn't remember arguing over the remote, the best seat in the car or a variety of ...

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Watch Me: The Self-Centered influence of Social Media

Every parent who has a three-year-old knows the phrase, "Watch me." Toddlers want to be watched when they jump, go down the slide, act silly with their toys, or anything they are involved with. They need their parents to watch and enjoy their feat. This behavior is normal, and a fun part of having a ...

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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