THERAPY BLOGS

How to Deal with Dissociation

Dissociation takes us out of the moment. Yesterday, I stood in the MSU music building while my son warmed up for a violin performance. All around me, young pianists and violinists practiced their Chopin, their Mozart, in separate cubicles, getting ready to play for a...

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10 Signs of a Fractured Relationship

We story our lives around the characters in them. And of all the characters in our stories, we refer most often to our partners, spouses, lovers, and soul mates. Disconnection from our lovers makes up the bulk of what we say to our therapists, our best friends, and...

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Anger Management for Polite People

I'm not saying you have an anger problem. I'm not saying you're dangerous or you should take a class on how to count to ten and take deep breaths. All I'm saying is that you're pissed off (for good reasons) and have no idea what to do with the feelings. That's all....

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