Tag Archives: Family of Origin Concerns

The Therapy is Dandy Guidebook to having a Narcissist for a Parent. Chapter 13.

An ongoing survival guide. Chapter 13. The holiday season. It doesn’t take having a narcissist in your family to develop a healthy dread of the holiday season, but it sure doesn’t make the next few weeks any damn easier. Take … Continue reading

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Mindfulness or Else.

So you have been reading blogs about therapy, or you have a new book on relationships or PTSD or family of origin concerns, and you are enjoying it for the most part. Then somewhere in the book or blog you … Continue reading

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Therapy and Thanksgiving

I know I am a week late. Blame the tryptophan. The holidays are here and with them come all the different family melodramas that you may or may not be ready to accept. For many adults the holidays can feel … Continue reading

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Going Home. Again.

Given how vocal we Americans tend to be about our freedom and individuality, it is hard not to notice all the fuss about where we originally came from. It is also very hard not to notice the nostalgia attached to … Continue reading

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