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Excerpt from a Career Journal: Expect It!

“We discover who we are not by wrestling with our circumstances, but by listening to God’s guidance. Work clarifies and enhances our purpose. It does not define it. Prayer defines our purpose. Meditation crystalizes it. Stillness shows us how to … Continue reading

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Therapeutic Notes: When You Have a Bad Therapy Experience

Therapists are all different. In my opinion, the best therapist is one who will let you have input about what you want from them. If they can’t give it to you, they will try to find someone else who can … Continue reading

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Strength

What is your greatest strength? The ability to cross boundaries – social, physical, religious – to understand others. Also knowing who I am and being true to myself  – Rania Abouzeld. Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and … Continue reading

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Therapeutic Notes: Parenting Problems

Anybody else overly consumed with wanting the best for their adult children? Reality is they have to want the best for themselves. You can’t “will” it upon them. My fear is their best is not my best! But why does … Continue reading

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Spoiled Kindness

Reading the journal entry  “Edible Donations”  – Just those two words made me smile and brought back a flood of memories, but it also became another topic of clinical supervision. The issue was I am an avid gardener. I would … Continue reading

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