Dr. Janet Hope. Psy.D. | Philadelphia, PA

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I'm not in love with youAre you afraid that your marriage is over if you or your partner have said, “I love you, but I’m not in love with you”? In many cases, the person who says “I’m not in love with you” still cares deeply about his or her partner. If you still do care, it is possible to recover and rebuild your relationship. You can reawaken these feeling and even deepen the closeness in your relationship.

In many cases when loves seems to fade, it is often the result of years of misreading each others’ behaviors in ways which create distance in your relationship. When you redress the hurts in your relationship, the bond that you have with your significant other can be repaired and even strengthened.

In couples counseling, I will teach you to have conversations with your partner which will heal old wounds and deepen the connection in your relationship.

Help is available

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“I’m not in love with you anymore” — Can your marriage be saved?
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“I’m not in love with you anymore” — Can your marriage be saved?
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In many cases when loves seems to fade, it is often the result of years of misreading each others' behaviors in ways which create distance in your relationship. When you redress the hurts in your relationship, the bond that you have with your significant other can be repaired and even strengthened.
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