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Daniel Keeran, MSW


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I can answer questions about issues arising in marriage: conflict, communication, listening, anger, verbal abuse, household responsibilities, infidelity, addiction/substance abuse, pornography, physical abuse, time spent together, finances, in-laws, death of a spouse or child, separation and divorce, problem-solving and much more. FREE PDF DOWNLOAD "Counseling In A Book"

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I have over 30 years as a counselor for couples experiencing difficulties. I have been a counselor for over 30 years in private practice and hospital settings. For deeper understanding and healing childhood experiences affecting adult life and relationships with self and others see the reader-friendly source


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MA (University of Kentucky), MSW (Kent School of Social Work)

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2015-06-02 Self esteem problems:

Say to him, "Do you know that you are overly critical of me?"    If he says yes, say, "What can I do or say to help you be less critical?"    Agree that whenever he is critical, you will let him know and

2015-05-03 Conflict over visiting parents:

Make a list of possible solutions to "what to do about Mom" such as:  1. don't visit her ever  2. have her move in with you  3. visit once a year, per month, etc.  4. get a divorce  5.  6.  7.  8.    Each

2014-07-03 Lousy marriage:

Have a conversation with your husband about your son, with the goal of agreeing on what to say and do. Your son is an immature 20 year old but an adult nonetheless. If possible and assuming he is mentally

2013-03-13 Problems in marriage:

I recommend that you strengthen your faith as a foundation of values and beliefs that give hope, meaning, and direction for healthy choices. It would strengthen your relationship to become part of a community

2013-01-16 no more children & resentment:

My apologies for not being able to digest you entire question/situation. I think a problem-solving approach may help, involving separate bank accounts so that you have you own money to spend on things


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