Tag Archives: Psychotherapy

I Believe in Magic

While reading science fiction as a teenager, I believed that I could learn to do the special things the heroines of the stories could do–if I could only find the right teacher. In the course of my life and career … 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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Rediscover This Treasure

Did you ever get an A+ on a paper in school? Did you bring it home and proudly show it off? Did you save it for a long time? It was fun, wasn’t it? My 10-year-old grandson, R, called me … Continue reading

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