Dr. Regev offers new parents Top 10 Tips to perk up your relationship

01 Dec Dr. Regev offers new parents Top 10 Tips to perk up your relationship

VANCOUVER, BC – (December 1, 2009)  With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, many new parents are wondering how to mark this special day within hectic schedules of every day family life. Registerd Phsycologist and Marriage and Family Therapist, Dr. Michal Regev, has created her Top 10 Tips for new parents to perk up their relationship. “I have been working with couples who are transitioning into parenthood for over 15 years and I often get asked for tips on how to freshen up a relationship within this new family dynamic.” says Dr. Regev. “Relationships must be nurtured on a regular basis in order to make a good thing great.” Making the relationship a top priority is one of the first tips that Dr. Regev offers. With the hustle bustle of family life, it is often easy to overlook the needs of the relationship. Both partners must devote time, thought and energy to ensure it stays a priority. “It’s also very important to take care of yourself.” adds Dr. Regev. “Before you can properly care for your relationship and your family, you must feel good about yourself which will inject more energy and interest in your partnership.” Dr. Regev also notes that making special gestures and being affectionate to express love for one another is also key in creating more passion and energy within the relationship. Dr. Regev’s Top 10 Tips for Perking Up Your Relationship offers new parents the tools to help their relationship not just be good … but great! Please see the attached document for a complete version of Dr. Regev’s Top 10 Tips MORE ABOUT DR. MICHAL REGEV Dr. Regev is a Registered Psychologist and Registered Marriage/Family Therapist, offering counselling to individuals, couples and families. She specializes in couples relationships, depression, anxiety and/or panic, challenging life transitions (including becoming parents), parenting issues, infertility, obsessive-compulsive disorder, stress management, loss and grief. Her practice is based in Vancouver, BC. www.drregev.com