Stephen Levine: Common Sense and Clear Thinking Help Keep Relationships Healthy

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While there are some things medical professionals can do to help address sexual issues in relationships most of their work can focus on helping the patients help themselves overcome the issues they are facing in their daily lives.

While there are some things medical professionals can do to help address sexual issues in relationships most of their work can focus on helping the patients help themselves overcome the issues they are facing in their daily lives.

Speaking at the annual meeting of the American Psychiatric Association in Atlanta, Stephen B. Levine, MD, said common sense can go a long way in resolving these issues but sometimes needs an outside perspective to find the answers in the larger picture. Levine said that by making things that might be considered intuitive can help make the problem clearer and help to find the ultimate resolution.

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