Category Archives: Transactional Analysis

Giving Up Anger

It can be frightening to give up an old behavior pattern, even if keeping it causes problems. And suffering, seeing yourself as a victim is one of those patterns. The first pattern I was invited to give up was anger. … Continue reading

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Stories: Small and Large

As a psychotherapist, I have worked with Life Scripts for at least 45 years. A Life Script is a story we each create at a time in life when our understanding of cause and effect is very limited. We take … Continue reading

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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

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