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How to support someone who is grieving.

Grief is a necessary part of living a full life. The best way to support someone who is grieving is to appreciate that their grief is part of having loved and invested ourselves in the world and in people. We don't have grief if we didn't care. Grief is complex and can take a long time to move through, far...[ read more ]

Fighting is an essential part of intimacy.

A colleague of mine, Katherine Schafler a Psychotherapist in NYC, wrote a great blog about fighting with your partner, which I wanted to share with all of you. It reminded me of two things, one a mentor telling me as long as a couple it still fighting there is hope, and two John Gottman's amazing research on couples and intimacy....[ read more ]

Mental health issues highlighted in very real ways in S-Town podcast

Recently I was asked by a writer at 'SheKnows.com' about my thoughts on the mental health issues raised in a rich new podcast called S-Town. The resulting article is linked here. It has some thoughtful angles on mental health and our ability and motivations for helping people. Article http://www.sheknows.com/health-and-wellness/articles/1133220/s-town-mental-health S-Town podcast https://stownpodcast.org/

How to have a better panic attack

One thing I most appreciate is when I get to help people change their relationship to their panic attacks. The reality is that we can’t always make them stop. Sometimes our best bet is to learn how to get through them better. I wrote this because I and so many people I love, know what it's like to suffer from...[ read more ]

Creativity creates a path through pain

I was excited to share the article linked below about Syrian refugee children using art as therapy as a path through their pain and trauma. Both because of the power of art and play to offer a path through our pain and because of the understated point in the article about human resilience and our drive toward wellness. Have you...[ read more ]



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