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3 ways to let go of guilt

Do you ever think about why you feel guilty when you say no to other people? There is something inside many of us that makes us feel like we have to say “yes” to others, even if saying yes means … Continue reading

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Don’t forget to celebrate

In life, we are always waiting for the bad to end. Whether the bad you want to end in your life is debt, being done school and exams, or moving out of a difficult environment, you are likely dealing with … Continue reading

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Five ways to spring clean your relationships

Today is the first day of spring! The air is warmer, and our environment is beginning to reflect all of the life and vitality we miss so much during the winter months. For many of us, spring brings energy and … Continue reading

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It’s not about the towels

In a recent radio interview, I spoke with a couple about a very common topic couples argue about: household chores. This couple had been in a fight over whether their towels needed to be cleaned. Although arguments like this might … Continue reading

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3 things to do daily to strengthen your relationship

Strengthening your relationship is about meaningful communication, whether you are communicating through physical touch or telling your partner what’s going on in your life. If you find that you feel disconnected from your partner, think about how you communicate and … Continue reading

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Does your teen have an attitude problem or are they depressed?

In my experience as a psychotherapist working with adolescents who suffer from depression, I’ve noticed that parents usually don’t identify their teen as depressed. Parents will often come into therapy and say they have a child who is defiant and has … Continue reading

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How do you reject yourself?

Many of us pretend to be something we’re not. Each one of us feels, to some extent, that we are not worthy or good enough or not lovable. We tend to hide these aspects of ourselves because we judge them … Continue reading

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Are you sick of her living in the past?

With many of the couples I counsel, I’ve noticed men complain about women bringing up the past. Yes men sometimes live in the past too, but for some reason, this tends to be more of a female tendency. Before criticizing … Continue reading

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The Person Who Changed My Life…

I want you to take a moment and think about all that you have to be grateful for, perhaps your kids, your job, your partner, your health. Now think about how you have come to have these things. Likely through … Continue reading

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Creating Lasting Change in 2013

Reflect To make a change, we must gain perspective on our past. Take some time to reflect on the last year, and think about what you have learned. No doubt, there were some hard times, but what did they teach … Continue reading

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