Tag Archives: Self

Recovering From Childhood Trauma

If you had trauma in your childhood, you are not alone. Many children are neglected, abused emotionally, physically, and/or sexually. It happens, way too frequently. The way children cope with trauma is to literally “freeze” the memory. Sometimes later in life, … Continue reading

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Simply About Suicide

This post is simply about suicide. I tried to come up with a catchy title. It is such a profound subject, that catchy titles seemed to trivialize the reality. So, this is simply a post about suicide and what it … Continue reading

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Avoiding The Urge to Control Your Partner

How can you avoid the urge to control your partner?  You love being with your partner and doing things with them, and when you are apart, it feels like everything might unravel.  Do you have difficulty trusting that your new … Continue reading

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Healthy Self Love

What does it mean to practice healthy self-love? I often talk to my clients about this.  Healthy self-love consists of having a kind internal dialogue. In order to do this, we must learn to tame our internal critic. When we … Continue reading

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