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How to have a Healthy Marriage

How to have a Healthy Marriage

Jose and Tina were at it again.  She saw Jose looking at his phone and turning his back to her. Tina thought the worst, “He is texting other women, he...
Therapists Can Be Wrong

Therapists Can Be Wrong

I’m writing this because I know it happens more frequently than everyone would like. Therapists can be wrong. They can make mistakes, even big ones and these mistakes can have ...
The Golden Rule of Normalcy (that NPD detests)

The Golden Rule of Normalcy (that NPD detests)

Well, if that ain’t hypocritical! This blog is called Narcissism meets Normalcy but only three articles have been about normalcy. Oops. My bad. Maybe it’s because I’m not sure what...
Ease Money Stress: 6 Squirrel Saving Ideas

Ease Money Stress: 6 Squirrel Saving Ideas

Ease money stress by learning a few simple strategies from your backyard friends. Squirrels shrewdly save their treasures during times of abundance so they can draw on them during lean...
Questioning the Five-Day Work Week

Questioning the Five-Day Work Week

Last November, a New Zealand financial services company switched its 240-person team from a five-day to a four-day workweek. Now, the company has released results of a study showing that...
Cultivating an Attitude of Gratitude

Cultivating an Attitude of Gratitude

And did you get what You wanted from this life, even so? I did. And what did you want? To call myself beloved, To feel myself beloved on the earth....
Progress’s Unsteady Path

Progress’s Unsteady Path

    Progress is never guaranteed. Not much in life is.   Last week, I wrote about an experience that changed my life. I had a seizure and found myself...
8 Ways to Create the Love You Want

8 Ways to Create the Love You Want

Motivational speaker Tony Robbins once said that “We waste time looking for the perfect lover, instead of creating the perfect love.” While the initial phase of a relationship seems effortless, the sublime chemical release of early...
RBT Study Topics: Documentation and Reporting (Part 2 of 2)

RBT Study Topics: Documentation and Reporting (Part 2 of 2)

One of the primary credentials in the field of applied behavior analysis (ABA) is called the Registered Behavior Technician. This credential was developed by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board. As...
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Replay And Rehearse

Replay And Rehearse

There are two things I do almost constantly, and those things are not rest and relaxation. They are also not that much fun for me. Rehearse is what I do...
Mental Health Stigma and Doctors

Mental Health Stigma and Doctors

Unfortunately, there is so much stigma and lack of understanding within the medical profession surrounding mental illness. There have been some improvements over the last few years from my experience,...
Today I Love The Quiet Joy

Today I Love The Quiet Joy

Today I love the quiet joy all around, like that found in happy relationships. I love seeing people who have found their hearts desire and are comfortable in the company...

Have you ever experienced a traumatic situation? Do you feel you have overcome the negative effects of the trauma? Trauma is a powerful word.  Many clients who see me almost stagger...
Why Happy Countries Have Sad Kids

Why Happy Countries Have Sad Kids

Two studies by United Nations organizations found a paradox. A number of the countries that led the world in signs of happiness—quality of life, education and healthcare—also led in the...
Death Of A New Year

Death Of A New Year

I guarantee you know an old Scottish poem written in 1788 by Robert Burns. You might attempt to sing it every new year’s eve at the stroke of midnight.  I say “attempt” since...

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