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Healthy Realationship

You’ve been open about therapy being part of your life. Are you still working with a therapist? Yes. When you have trauma, eventually it needs to be reprocessed. What I’m working on with my therapist now is building up my … Continue reading

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Being Brave

“Take chances, make mistakes. That’s how you grow. Pain nourishes your courage. You have to fail in order to practice being brave.” —Mary Tyler Moore Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real … 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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Active Listening

When my Beloved died, a doctor told me: The last sense to go is hearing. When someone is dying, they lose sight and smell and taste and touch. They even forget who they are. But in the end, they hear you. … Continue reading

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Connection

How can you tell if you’re together but not necessarily connected? Couple connection is a feeling. Just as you can be with people and still feel alone, you can be together because there is no common ground or communication and … Continue reading

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