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CEO and Founder of The Modern Love Box

“Created by a Couples Therapist, each subscription box is long-term relationship approved and are bound to inspire you and your partner on all levels. Great for any twosome, at any stage of your relationship. Receive monthly boxes of hand picked items and activities meant to enhance meaningful experiences and promote overall relationship enhancement.” Learn More.

 

 

 


 

 

303 magazine feature

5 Ways to Keep Your Relationship Healthy, Happy and Sexy 

“Unless you are literally in a long-term relationship with a robot, you have probably experienced at least one of those issues. That’s why I talked to a couple of experts (and sexperts) about how to keep things going even after the initial sparks and flames have died down do a dull glow.” Read more.

 

This article was originally published as “5 Ways to Keep Your Relationship Healthy, Happy and Sexy.” in 303 Magazine.com in September 2015

 


 

 

5280 featured article

Relationship Tips from a Modern Love Therapist 

“Denver-based marriage and family therapist Alysha Trujillo talks to 5280 about the importance of maintaining the health of our relationships well beyond Valentine’s Day.”  Read more

This article was originally published as “Relationship Tips from a Modern Love Therapist” in 5280 Magazine Health and Wellness section in February 2015.

 

 

 


 

 

Modern Love : Swipe Right or Left

“Alysha Trujillo was interviewed as a Denver-based love and relationship therapist and answers some (difficult) modern-dating questions.” Read more

This article was originally published as “Modern Love: Swipe Right or Left” in Huffington Post Denver in February 2015. 

 

 

 


Cosmo feature Should you snoop on your man? Our experts weigh in…

“Alysha Trujillo was one of the expert opinions in Spring 2015 Cosmo Latina, expressing, “No, and going through our partner’s personal belongings is a symptom of deeper issues within ourselves and our relationship that aren’t being addressed, validated, and repaired.” Read more

 

This article was originally published as “Should You Snoop On Your Man?” in the March 2015 issue of Cosmo for Latinas.