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....
Disconnection & Depression in the Wider World
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Write Your Way Out of Depression
I was 41 and it seemed like the gate had closed forever on my life goals. I couldn't sleep. I coughed constantly and had mysterious pain in my butt that resisted all chiropractics. I kept falling – even up the stairs. I felt trapped in an academic job I’d outgrown. My...
Creativity = Rest: Survival for the Innie
For me to get rested over the weekend, after a week’s work, I require three things. Decent Sleep, Exercise, & Nutrition Solitude, and Creative Time The first goes without mention, but I put it here because if I get #s 2 and 3 on the list but eat a bunch of sugar...
Trauma Therapy for Couples: Reconnect and Heal
All couples are traumatized couples. That is, every relationship goes through some kind of traumatic incident: a breakup, a cheat, a lie, a devastating discovery by one partner that the other partner is flawed. I believe all couples can benefit from EMDR therapy. Jen...
How Relationships Heal Us: Connection, Health, & Energy
My husband calms me. Joe and I entertain ourselves with art and home improvement projects. We brainstorm tile mosaics on long car rides. We consult about family therapy (he too is a psychologist). We talk about good books and he gives me ideas for topics and language....
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