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Therapeutic Words

If there’s a specific behavior you want to change, a cognitive behavior therapist might be helpful; if your interested in self-reflection, interpersonal or psychodynamic approaches might work best. If relationship issues are key, couples or family therapy may be indicated. … Continue reading

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Inquire Within: Responsibility

These questions make for enriching dinner table conversation, but they can be equally illuminating if you simply ask them of yourself. I stumbled onto the idea of asking big questions because I needed them myself. They drive our growth, and … Continue reading

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Inquire Within: Listening

These questions make for enriching dinner table conversation, but they can be equally illuminating if you simply ask them of yourself. I stumbled onto the idea of asking big questions because I needed them myself. They drive our growth, and … Continue reading

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Inquire Within: Family

These questions make for enriching dinner table conversation, but they can be equally illuminating if you simply ask them of yourself. I stumbled onto the idea of asking big questions because I needed them myself. They drive our growth, and … Continue reading

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Self-Reflection

1. What’s really bothering me? 2. What’s the worst thing about that? 3. What the worst thing about that? Repeat questions 3 until you reach the source of your distress

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