Mary Jo writes on body image, sexuality, and diabetes and how people can rise above health and mental issues to enjoy their sex lives. Read My Bio
Mary Jo Rapini, MEd, LPC is a psychotherapist specializing in intimacy, sex and relationships, and maintains a private practice in Houston, TX. Additionally, she is a renowned lecturer, author and television personality. Mary Jo has appeared on the national scene on The Steve Harvey Show, The Today Show, Nightline, Dateline, Montel and in 2 seasons of the TLC series Big Medicine. She contributes on-air for CNN’s Prime News, CBS up to the Minute, and Fox National Morning News. Mary Jo was also featured in a Discovery Channel show about Near Death Experiences. Mary Jo is a contributing expert for Cosmopolitan Magazine, Women’s Health, First, The New York Daily News, Seventeen Magazine, Redbook, YourTango.com, MiddlesexMD.com and Self Magazine’s “Love and Relationship” section. Additionally, she is a “City Bright” blogger for the Houston Chronicle, and is a contributing columnist for HealthNewsDigest.com, Prime Living Magazine and Houston Family Magazine.
Mary Jo's Latest Posts
Friday, February 13, 2015
Obesity and dealing with negative body images can get in the way of creating intimacy between couples. Here are ways to create intimacy and keep a relationship going strong.
Saturday, October 25, 2014
Many people take comfort in food; however, there are some who have a relationship with food and use it as a way to deal with emotional issues. Here are some signs of food addiction and how to begin to get help.
Thursday, October 16, 2014
For people who are looking for emotional connection, food can be an easier choice. Here are some reasons to go after the latter to get comfort rather than mindlessly eating.
Friday, October 10, 2014
Here are some ways to bring the institution from boring to blissful again.
Friday, October 03, 2014
As women age, distorted body image thoughts as well as other personal challenges arise which can cause issues for couples. Psychotherapist Mary Jo Rapini discusses how women can overcome these issues in order to enjoy their sex lives again.