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According to Therapists: Looking for a Friend

Don’t pick a therapist because you like them as a person. Instead, choose a therapist based on their credentials, expertise, experience with certain issues you may be facing, and overall effectiveness. “Choosing a therapist you’d like to be friends with … Continue reading

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According to Therapists: Not Being Direct With Your Therapist

Your therapist is there for you. If something doesn’t make sense or feels off, be upfront and tell them. “You won’t hurt our feelings,” “You can say, ‘This isn’t working for me,’ ‘I need you to be more challenging,’ or, ‘I’d … Continue reading

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Privacy

I don’t think that PEOPLE, just because they have this JOB, that EVERY ASPECT of their life should be WATCHED and WRITTEN about. We haven’t SIGNED UP for a REALITY TV SHOW. – Florence Pugh Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks … Continue reading

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What to do with No

When “no” is the status quo “In sex and relationships, no means no — always. But in business, when faced with a ‘no,’ we apply our company value to the problem: ‘Challenge the status quo with love.’ There is likely … Continue reading

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Together Nonetheless

Plenty of parents don’t like their children. It’s less often discussed than children not liking their parents. But I know, firsthand, how it feels not to be liked by a parent. My mother made it clear. In her eyes, I … Continue reading

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