Stephen MItchell’s brilliant book,The Second Book of the Tao, is the kind of book that I love to open at random in order to find some inspiration.
Here is an excerpt from my forthcoming eBook, Grownup Love: How to Create it and Keep it.
As a Marriage and Family therapist I do my best to stay informed about the latest findings in my field.
For the last few weeks I have had relationships on my mind for a number of reasons. First, I have finally decided to finish the eBook I have had on the back burner.
Cheryl came to see me for counseling and complained about her awful marriage, how unhappy she was with her husband, and that she was contemplating getting a divorce.
Do you have a friend or relative who doesn’t listen to your good advice? Every week I speak with at least one person like you.
The other morning I got out of bed before my husband and, as I was brushing my teeth, I saw him get up and make the bed.
I sat across the table from Leo, my house painter, and in my best imitation of Joan Rivers, said, “Can we talk?” We had agreed that Leo would start at 8:30 A.M.
Do you fall in love with the same person over and over again? The name may change, but when the honeymoon ends you find yourself in the same old rut with the same problems you had before.
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When I was growing up there was a saying that sticks and stones can break my bones but words can never hurt me.