Category Archives: Marriage

Old Trauma, New Problem

Trauma, that you may think was resolved long ago, can still have a surprising impact on your life today. There was a clear demonstration of that problem with a couple I saw recently. They were having “communication problems.” That phrase … Continue reading

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CoDependency Lives

I was quite surprised in February to receive a request for an article from Patricia Rosen of The Sober World. Jonathan and I had been very active in the Recovery movement from 1989 when our first book, Recovery from CoDependency: … Continue reading

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Try 2012 Without Resolutions

Happy New Year! Do you do any kind of formal or informal year-end review? My mail box has been filled with instructions about how to make 2012 your (my) best year yet. Aren’t you relieved that I have no similar … Continue reading

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