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Have Boundaries

People who own it  know what they will and will not. Boundaries are important because they set basic guidelines of how you want to be treated. Boundaries telling others to call you when they learn how to respect you. Positively … Continue reading

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Walk Away

No on has time for things that aren’t working, personally or professionally. This isn’t running away from a challenge, but recognize when its not going to benefit anyone. Save this time to work on things that are working in your … Continue reading

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Authentic Silence of Therapy

The other day a client smiled at me and said, “You are such a Jedi mind trick!”  I laughed because we had spent 50 minutes in near silence. Well, I did. I am comfortable with silence in and out of … Continue reading

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Betrayal

He betrayed you—maybe more than once. Then he changed. Now what? There are few people harder to trust than an addict. He will look you right in the eye and tell you he’s clean, tell you he has finally kicked … Continue reading

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Work at Home? Make Sure to be Insured

Work at Home? Make Sure to be Insured – The headline caught my eye and the first thing that I thought was I am not Dr. Jason Seaver. I loved the show Growing Pains, but I never could understand why … Continue reading

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