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Why Doesn’t He Want to Have Sex With Me?

You’re lying in bed bumping up against that body next to you, seething with hurt and anger. You haven’t been touched or reached for in more months than you care to count. You’ve gone through the typical exercises of seduction, friendship, and caring, only to have been rejected and thwarted ... Read More

Is Constantly Pleasing Others Making You Depressed?

If you are the kind of person who is always nice, regardless of your experiences with others, it is possible that you are neglecting your own feelings and sense of self-worth. When you go along to get along, you are, letting yourself down, and because your feelings of disappointment, anger, and ... Read More

How Positive People Self-Protect Against Vulnerability

Are you an optimist? Optimism is a human trait that makes us see the glass half full, instead of half empty. While this sounds good in theory, and it can be a positive trait, if you are an optimist, you may look at life in a way that alters your perspective of negative experiences. For instance, you ... Read More

Loving Ties That Bind – How Your Best Efforts Are Putting Your Child at Risk

You think that preparing your child for success means teaching them how to stand on their own two feet. And while that’s true, most modern parenting swings between damaging extremes: either you throw your child out of the nest before he can fly, or shield him so much, that he never sees the sun, ... Read More

When a Parent Transitions as Transgender

Communication is the key to overcoming any family obstacle. When a parent decides to transition as a transgender, my Empathic Process is a structured and safe way, in which parents and children, have the opportunity to express their feelings openly and honestly, without defense. It is important ... Read More