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Things don’t always mean what you think they mean in therapy. Part 3.
Truth versus Comfort (special election 2012 edition) It’s hard not to let the election this past week influence the latest topic, so here goes. There is no question that as humans we have an amazing array of abilities (some would … Continue reading
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Things don’t always mean what you think they mean in therapy.
And other possibly confusing, contradictory suggestions. Some might call it advice. A couple weeks ago I posted this great article I found on cognitive dissonance. I still want to talk about cognitive dissonance and what it means to you and … Continue reading