– Wendi Dumbroff shares insight regarding relationships- 

Wendi L. Dumbroff, MA, LPC, was quoted in an article, “Should I or Shouldn’t I: Knowing When to Break Up,” published by GIDDY, the world’s largest health platform. 

In the article, Dumbroff shares her insight on how to recognize the cause of problems that create tension within a relationship. Dumbroff highlighted the importance of active listening and the benefits of staying present. Throughout the article, Dumbroff shed light on the importance of being present by stating, “The solution is to find the root of the problem. For example, if one party feels unheard, frustration may manifest through bouts of defensiveness and blaming, which exacerbate rather than extinguish the problem. Staying present and attentive in this scenario would go a long way toward solving the issue.”

She continued, “The cycles couples get into can sustain the problematic interactions.  The good news is that everybody has the agency to change what they actually do when they are triggered, and this can change what happens between people.”

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About Wendi L. Dumbroff

Wendi L. Dumbroff is a Licensed Professional Counselor in private practice in Madison, NJ, where she specializes in individual, family, couples, and sex therapy.  She is a highly trained couple and sex therapist who provides a safe, non-judgmental, and sex-positive environment.

Dumbroff has extensive experience counseling individuals, families, and couples, around many different matters including; infidelity, lack of communication, depression, anxiety, and all aspects of sexual issues. Highly intuitive, she honors the perspectives of each person in the room; she deeply believes therapy is a very courageous choice and a key to understanding un-useful patterns, which repeat in relationships. 

Additionally, Dumbroff is a certified teacher of mindfulness and meditation which are skills she brings into her therapy practice.

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