Editor’s note: Dr. Paul Hokemeyer is a nationally recognized expert on Eastern philosophies, relationships, and emotional healing. A Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, he holds a PhD in psychology, as well as a doctorate in the law. A part-time Telluride resident, Dr. Hokemeyer is based in the New York City office of the Caron Treatment Center. He is also a contributor to The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Cosmopolitan, Women’s Health, “The Dr. Oz Show,” CNN’s “Headline News,” and other media outlets, including “Good Morning America,” “truTV,” WebMD, and “Oprah Radio.” The following blog is based on a recent TV interview featuring Dr. Hokemeyer. This blog and interview is part 5 of a six-part series about women’s issues that includes topics such as looks and aging, money, loss of intimacy, etc.


Dr. Paul Hokemeyer

Whether it’s his friends, his job, his parents, an obsession with sports, or even  the kids, do you worry someone or something else will always come before you?

If yes, that is a sign of insecurity and low self worth. If a woman is plagued by such feelings, it is critically important to seek professional help to work through them. Left uncorrected, feeling you will never come first will corrode the foundation of a marriage.

To learn more, click the “play” button and listen to my conversation with Susan Viebrock.

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