Tag Archives: Values

Here’s the science behind happy relationships- When/if all partners are committed to the project.

If partners are committed to making a relationship work, this video can help a lot! Buy it, watch it together, start using the skills- it works if you work it, but it won’t work if you don’t work it. It is a lot cheaper ($20 for the DVD) than marriage counseling, and thus it is infinitely […]

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Get out of hell and stay out of hell- Building a life worth living.

This is the bottom line. One size does not fit all when it comes to therapy.

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Why I do what I do…

Now and then people ask me: “How can you sit there and listen to other people’s problems day after day?” Sometimes I get a reminder of why I do what I do. Here’s one that came in recently via Facebook: Hello from one of your sicker former patients! Life is good in (a state), I […]

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Reading recommendation – for the over 35 crowd.

Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life. Read this book if you are older than 35. You might also find it helpful if you are younger than 35 but you have been kicked around a lot by life- in other words, if you have some humility due to the failures,  losses, and betrayals in […]

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One size of psychotherapy cannot fit all

My clients are sometimes unsure about exactly what sort of things will happen in psychotherapy and precisely how long it will take. I honestly cannot answer that question for you quickly. We will have to invest some time together because one size of psychotherapy does not fit all. However, here’s The Big Picture about what […]

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