Category Archives: Psychotherapy

Stories Matter

I don’t know anyone who doesn’t like to listen to stories. Do you? (OK, I don’t mean long, drawn out, pointless narratives. I mean a story with a beginning, a middle and an end.) I learn from stories and I … Continue reading

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Yes, It Works

I don’t know exactly what I am talking about when I talk about energy. Yet this word is part of my daily conversation. I came back from an afternoon appointment and I said to my husband, “My energy is dragging … Continue reading

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A Mysterious Reaction

I love this phrase from Brene Brown. I love it because I know that it can be very scary to go back and remember some past experiences. I also know how helpful it can be to do so. It’s especially … Continue reading

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