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Secret Lives of Therapists

Reading the article the Secret Lives of Therapists, I found myself writing in the margins and highlighting things. What first made me pause was the following “What are you like outside the office? Here are some things we can’t do … Continue reading

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Healing Self

Do you find that healing and self-compassion interrelate in some way? A palliative caregiver describes the greatest regret expressed by the dying: I didn’t live true to myself. To “live true” we need to awaken self-compassion and love ourselves into … Continue reading

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Therapeutic Technology

Can we skype? Can we Facetime? In the last few years I have delved more into behavioral health. I am, however, not a fan of Skype or Facetime. To me it presents too many privacy violations. I will always be … Continue reading

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Teens and Romantic Relationships and With Older Adults

Should a 37-year-old date a 17-year-old? When does the age gap become unbearable? When does the law truly step in? These are the questions that arose for me while reading this story “Adult-teen relationships aren’t judged in some communities” . … Continue reading

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