Category Archives: Self Help

Whose Instructions Are You Following?

 It is February! My backyard is covered with snow and  here I am in 60 degree weather sitting on my Colorado  patio and typing away. Even if this is evidence of  global warming, I am enjoying the unseasonal weather.   The … Continue reading

Posted in Logosynthesis, Personal Growth, Self Help, Self-Improvement, Writing | Tagged , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Whose Instructions Are You Following?

Making Choices that Support YOUR Priorities

As summer enters its final month, my lone tomato plant is trying to take over my front porch. Stray branches are reaching for the front door and tickle my visitors as  they approach. Tiny green tomatoes hold the promise of … Continue reading

Posted in Logosynthesis, Personal Growth, Relationships, Self Help, Self-Improvement, Transactional Analysis, Writing | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Making Choices that Support YOUR Priorities

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

Posted in CoDependency, Emotional Problems, Marriage, Personal Growth, Relationships, Self Help, Self-Improvement | Tagged , , , , , | Comments Off on CoDependency Lives