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  • Addiction
    When most of us hear the word "addiction," we think about drugs and alcohol. These issues will be prominent in this blog, but, I want you to be aware that Read more
  • GETTING THE MOST OUT OF THERAPY - 10 ISSUES TO CONSIDER
    Now that you have made a decision that some counseling may be helpful to you, let's make sure that you can do this in a way that will help you Read more
  • STAY SAFE - NEVER TOLERATE ABUSE!
    1. PLAN FOR THE POSSIBILITY THAT YOU COULD BE ABUSED. 2. KEEP WITH YOU IMPORTNT/EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBERS - LIKE YOUR THERAPIST, YOUR PHYSICIAN AND THE NATIONAL DOMESTIC ABUSE HOTLINE: 0808 2000 Read more
  • Rescuing Adult Children
    Thirty years ago children left their parent's home earlier than they do at this time. Currently, 35% of "children" still live at home with their parents. (Maryland Addiction Recovery Center.) Read more
  • STRESS
    This is the season of celebration, prayer and joy. It is also a season of stress. This often involves feeling that it is impossible to cope with family gatherings, gift Read more
  • GET BUSY DOING NOTHING
    The above is good advice. A while ago I was listening to rain and doing nothing else - not talking on my phone, not texting, not reading a magazine. Nothing. Read more
  • THANK YOU
    So this is that time of year when we are scurrying around the malls or the internet looking for tangible ways to say Merry Christmas, Feliz Navidad or Kareem Ramadan. This is Read more
  • BREATHE THE SCENT OF YOUR LIFE
    As the holiday season approaches, how special it can be to recall holidays past.  I remember family dinners.  I remember clothes that people saved for those state occasions.  I remember foods Read more
  • Seasonal Mood Changes
    Many people experience alterations in their mood as the seasons change. These alterations are normal and can be managed. There may be many explanations for your different frames of mind:1. Read more
  • How to Handle Being Angry
    Several times weekly clients ask me how to act when they feel angry. How easy it is to see that we all have our breaking points when we want to Read more
  • HELPING SOMEONE WHO IS GRIEVING
    It hurts to watch someone you love who is grieving a loss. You are likely to feel helpless, inadequate and quite distressed yourself. What do you say? When and how Read more
  • SUPPORT OF THE OTHER
    As I pondered what I will address in this next blog, I thought about the political presentations I am now hearing on daily television as well as a trip I Read more
  • JOY OF LIFE
    I am borrowing most of this blog from the wisdom of Josh Whinston, a rabbi in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He wrote a letter about what makes people Jewish. As the Read more
  • Social Media
    Styles for sharing feelings and ideas are changing. Newer styles are being criticized because people are connecting online to form social relationships and virtual communities. Many of my clients talk Read more
  • CAUTION - MOOD SWINGS IN PROGRESS
    Our thought processes and moods do change with the seasons. As we are preparing to say goodbye to summer and hello to autumn and winter we find that our brains Read more
  • ADULT BULLYING
    I have studied the ways in which children bully each other and have given several presentations related to this subject. With increasing awareness, Read more

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