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This Month, Reimagine Death

A fundamental skill in therapy sessions is to assist clients in sleuthing out the source of  long-held “should’s” and “suppose to’s” ~ especially the ones that aren’t working very well anymore for the demands and desires of their lives...
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Engaged, So About Your Friends.

Earlier this spring, Jamie Mackey of WeddingWire considered what it’s like for your friends when you get engaged. After interviewing myself and other experts, she came up with the nicest suggestions. Here’s what she wrote: “ We’ve all seen it happen: A friend...
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A New App to Relish Your Relationship

We’ve got personal trainers for everything, it seems. At very least (or most?) many of us relish our yoga instructors and our tax accountants. But, how do you relish your relationship? By the time I meet clients, they’re sorting out fairly worrisome dilemmas.  Not...
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Contributing to Fatherly.Com, Things Happily Married Couples Do

Last month, book author Jeremy Brown and I chatted about an article he was writing, Eight Things Happily Married Couples Do For One Another Without Being Asked After interviewing a variety of experts, Brown concludes: It’s not the grand gestures but the little things that...
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How Serious Is Your Mind Body Connection

How serious is your mind-body connection? Step back for a moment, and it’s no surprise how much our thoughts impact our physical health. For instance, if you think your partner is cheating on you, you’re going to be stressed out, to say the least. . But, what if...
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Auld Lang Syne. A Single Poem Atop My Desk.

A single poem sits atop my desk.  Since long before becoming a licensed psychotherapist or a postgraduate-trained couples counselor, I’ve had it there. And while I read it often, in this pressure filled world, it’s still hard to live by. So for all the days past and...
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Words Get in The Way. When Not to Speak.

So often, words get in the way.  In an attempt for connection, we unknowingly push it away. We can’t help but pepper another with platitudes and not-so-subtle questions.  And, whether we’re aware of it or not, we are not talking for the sake of the other.  We are...
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Depression & Anger: Knowing What You Really Want In Life

What do you really want in life? Many of us stopped imagining or trying long ago. Instead, depression set in. Or has it been anger? After all, depression is sometimes the result of repressed anger, and anger is a major clue to one’s needs and wants. I know, why didn’t...
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Bipartisan Marriage: Klee In Brides Magazine

When it comes to bipartisan marriage, journalist Kase Wickman rang my phone for her clever piece in BRIDES Magazine:  In the Age of Trump, Is the Bipartisan Marriage Dead?  Put another way, if you can’t tolerate each other’s politics, how are you going to handle...
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Lying in a Relationship

Lying in a relationship. One of our gravest upsets. When I was twenty-four, I opened the trunk of my husband’s Buick and my mind fell into despair. Stuffed behind the scuzzy spare tire in a crumpled bag, a brand new pair of L.L. Bean rag wool muk-luk slippers languished....
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