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April 8, 2021

Recently, I went on a vacation with a friend.  We were thoughtful about our safety, we took reasonable precautions, stuck together but also gave ourselves the opportunity to have a good time.  We spent the day on a catamaran, tried some local restaurants and enjoyed the beach.   Our final evening there, we were enjoying a dinner at […]

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March 25, 2021
What Have You Learned About Love?

As kids, individuals take in information implicitly and explicitly.  Implicit information is implied or things we see and interpret.  Explicit learning comes from things read, taught in school or by adults or peers.  Messages are taken in all day; every day and these messages start inform each person about what the world is like.  Is the world a safe […]

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March 11, 2021
Actual Parent = Ideal Parent?

As an individual learns and grows, they build and idea or an image of what and who their parents are and what they want from their parents.  At the same time, they are taking in implicit and explicit rules from their parents as well as the outside world. Implicit:  Implied, rather than expressly stated unquestioning or […]

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February 25, 2021
Are You Putting IN What You Want FROM Your Relationship?

So many couples point to their partner when they think about what isn’t working in their relationship.  While it may be necessary for your partner to make some changes, have you taken a good inventory of what you are bringing to the table that is influencing the relationship? Does someone have to be at fault? For […]

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February 12, 2021
Self care = Better love life?

So many people both single and in relationships hold on to the idea that if they were just in a happier relationship, then their lives would be better, easier and more fulfilling.  But that simply is not the case.  It is not possible for your relationship alone (or your kids, or job, etc.) to meet all of […]

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January 28, 2021
Anxiety is a COVID Symptom?

Anxiety, much like anger, can take different forms and appear differently in different situations.  For some anxiety looks likes like agitation with fidgeting and pacing but for others it can look more like they are withdrawn or checked out of things.  For so many people who thought that life would have returned to what they once felt […]

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January 14, 2021
Are you Positive for COVID Rage?

Not at all unlike the stages of grief (denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance), during quarantine and other COVID limits and separations, a lot of people are getting pissed!  Angry about having to wear a mask, angry that other people aren’t wearing their masks.  Irritated at delays and shortages on needed items.  Pulling your hair out about ever […]

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December 31, 2020
Your Brain on Internet?

In 2020, most of us spent more time on screens than ever before.  For many of us it was the only thing connecting us to our friends and family during a period of global isolation.  But what else the internet come to represent for us?  Entertainment, education, politics, work, distractions, solutions, etc.   Learning? Part of the allure around […]

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December 17, 2020
What is the Internet Do to a Kid’s Brain?

The truth is, we will be learning about what the long term impacts the internet has on the developing brain for a long time.  But we already know a few things about how the use of the internet impacts well-being and socialization.  We know that for adults as well as children, the internet is just as much […]

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