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Depression and the inner critic

Do you feel like you should be in a better place in your life? Lots of people feel like their life doesn’t measure up to where they want to be. Some people believe that they’re underachieving if they don’t own … Continue reading

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Chasing happiness

We as a culture emphasize happiness, self-improvement and personal growth. This can be really empowering, but the downside is that a lot of us misinterpret happiness and personal growth as something that we need to chase by pushing and driving … Continue reading

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Why you shouldn’t believe in happily ever after

Many of us are conditioned to believe that our lives will fall perfectly into place when we get married to the person we love. This conditioning begins in childhood, and we come to develop the expectation that being married and … Continue reading

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3 simple ways for your relationship to stay happy after kids

To have a great relationship after kids, there are three key things you need to know. Based on my experience as a couples therapist, these three tips will support intimacy, connectedness and fondness for one another as you adjust to … Continue reading

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Why you might be happier than you think

Do you know the difference between happiness and joy? Most of us don’t. We can lead ourselves to believe we aren’t happy because we don’t really understand what happiness is. We often consider happiness and joy to be one and … Continue reading

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