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Jack Ito PhD
Licensed Psychologist & Relationship Coach

Premium Author Jack Ito PhD

Asahi, Japan

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Jack Ito PhD is a psychologist and relationship coach. Since 1994 he has helped more than 1000 men and women to improve their relationships. Coach Jack does not believe that there is any relationship beyond saving. He is a member of the International Coach Federation and works internationally with English speaking clients around the globe. Go to his website now to download FREE relationship enhancing tools you can use for your relationship.


ARTICLES BY JACK ITO PHD


How can you get back on track in your relationship after you have been arguing or fighting?  Here are three important steps.
Making these 10 mistakes could spell doom for your relationship.
You know that you love your partner, but don't have those "in love" feelings anymore.  You miss it and you want those feelings back.
Don't confuse being "in love" with "love."  One's a feeling and one's an action.  There are ways you can tell if someone really loves you or if you really love them.  There are also ways to get those ...
Has your husband emotionally shut down?  Do you know how to get him talking again?
Are you relying on your husband's reaction or his anticipated reaction to make your life decisions?  Doing so may actually be doing more harm than good.
Is your spouse or partner in denial about your relationship problems?  Does he or she just want to blame you?  You can take positive, effective action now.
Are you married, but wishing your relationship was more like it was before you were married?  Have you and your spouse become little more than roommates?
Relationship coaches tell us that Jealousy is related to two emotions--fear and anger. These feelings can prompt us to do things which destroy our relationships.  You can learn to cope with jealousy i...








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