Cary Psychologist Speaks to The People's Pharmacy

Top Quote Dr. Don Azevedo Interviewed on National Show about Marriage. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) December 10, 2016 - CARY, NC - They say the devil is in the details. And that's often true of making a marriage work.

    Psychologist Dr. Don Azevedo talked about the components of a healthy marriage in a recent episode of the radio show The People's Pharmacy titled "How to Keep Your Relationship Healthy". The more than 40-year-old radio show covers a range of health topics and is broadcast nationally on public radio stations.

    A 75-year Harvard study recently found relationships are one of the strongest factors in a person's overall happiness.

    "Making a relationship work day after day is one of the biggest challenges people face," Azevedo said. "Sometimes each person's expectations about something seemingly small, such as who does the dishes, can amount to a big problem."

    Azevedo explained that each person's family culture and history can impact the relationship. Understanding your differences and being mindful of your own baggage can help you manage the bumps in the road, he said.

    Marital counseling is one of the focus areas of Azevedo's Cary practice, Azevedo Family Psychology, which provides assistance for families, children, adults, and professionals.

    "You can learn to express yourself differently and find creative solutions for your arguments, overall making your relationship stronger, healthier, and happier," Azevedo said.

    Listeners can find the show at the People's Pharmacy website at

    About Dr. Don Fernando Azevedo:
    Dr. Don Fernando Azevedo holds a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Tennessee. After a tour with the 101st Airborne as a clinician and serving in miscellaneous hospitals and private practices, he spent time in the corporate sector with OR Consulting. His eventual return to family-centered work at 3-C Family Services led to the founding of his own practice in 2016. For more information on Azevedo Family Psychology, visit or call 919-624-9561.

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