Raleigh Psychiatrist Explores the Conflict Behind Having Children

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Stay Happily Married’s Latest podcast “To Have Children or Not” features North Carolina Divorce lawyer Lee Rosen of Rosen Law Firm and Dr. Gina LaFrazza in Durham, discussing the challenging choice of whether a couple should have children.

Stay Happily Married contains a series of informational podcasts by North Carolina divorce lawyer Lee Rosen.
Couples don't know how to work through the disagreement...to them it can seem very black and white."

The latest installment of Rosen Law Firm’s weekly podcast on StayHappilyMarried.com, “To Have Children or Not”, features a discussion of the tricky question of whether having children is or isn’t the right move for couples. This single decision can dredge up a range of marital issues.

North Carolina divorce lawyer Lee Rosen hosts Dr. Gina LaFrazza, of Lepage Associates in Durham, North Carolina. Dr. LaFrazza explains the barriers that limit marital communication on this most sensitive topic. “Couples don’t know how to work through the disagreement…to them it can seem very black and white,” says Dr. LaFrazza.

Each week, Rosen Law Firm hosts Stay Happily Married podcasts featuring interviews with authors, mental health experts and other professionals who give expert insight on common marriage issues. Recent episodes include “The Science of Love”, “Mixing Money and Marriage” and “In-Law Interference”.

With nearly 200 episodes of information-packed podcasts, StayHappilyMarried.com also features listings of North Carolina marriage counselors and financial professional who can help couples stay connected on key marriage issues.

About Rosen Law Firm

Rosen Law Firm is staffed by expert attorneys who know the ins and outs of North Carolina family law. Three convenient locations (in Raleigh, Charlotte and Chapel Hill) all the firm to serve clients all over the state.

Founded in 1990, Rosen Law Firm’s unique approach to divorce includes providing support to divorcing individuals by giving them the tools they need for a new life. Practice areas include divorce, child custody, alimony, property distribution, domestic violence and separation agreements.

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