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In your relationships, it’s important to be clear and upfront about what you want. This can be challenging, but if you are clear about what you want, it usually turns out better for everyone. You can clearly communicate what you want, and the other person can respond...read more
Freud once said that the goal of psychotherapy is to move from neurotic misery to normal unhappiness. I thought this was an interesting idea, and I’d like to unpack it a bit. Neurotic Misery Neurotic misery refers to problems that we cause ourselves because of our...read more
I remember visiting some good friends who have young children. If I had a dollar for every time I heard one of the kids say "It's not my fault!" I probably could have paid for my entire trip. Struggling to Take Responsibility Children struggle to take responsibility...read more
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