Tag Archives: Difficult Communication

Creating and Recreating Stories

Who influenced the stories you told yourself as a child? Much of my career as a Psychotherapist has been about helping clients answer that question and then decide whether they would still listen to those influencers today. Those stories matter, … Continue reading

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Marriage Counseling Breakthrough

 Have you ever simply forgotten that you own a valuable  resource? Or did you remember it but dismissed it as  something that didn’t really matter? I am embarrassed  to admit that I buried something that I should have  been sharing … Continue reading

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Compassion Without Martyrdom

A client who frequently loses focus in her own life when she notices that someone else is in pain or difficulty asked me if I could help her get to the state described by His Holiness the Dalai Lama in … Continue reading

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