The Relationship With YOU

A Counselor’s Review—Your relationship bill of rights

A Counselor’s Review—Your relationship bill of rights

In our graduate school program, It was recommended that we, “sit on the other side of the sofa” for at least a year.  This was to give us the benefit of what it would feel like to

“You are alone?” – – “Why yes I am.”

“You are alone?” – – “Why yes I am.”

In thinking how to write about what I feel were some valuable messages I gained on a recent vacation, I just cannot think how to write them in the form of a blog with tips.  It really is more of

A Counselor’s Review On “Ghosting” – – It isn’t just for Halloween.

A Counselor’s Review On “Ghosting” – – It isn’t just for Halloween.

I‘ve had thoughts of writing a book on relationships.  At one point, I thought I would write about all the different ways that relationships I personally had went wrong.  I never thought I’d be writing a blog on how people are being stood up.

A Counselor’s Review—Revisiting the mind/body connection

A Counselor’s Review—Revisiting the mind/body connection

Last Sunday night on the long running TV show, 60 Minutes, I watched the story of a husband and wife. The wife had Alzheimer’s. They both decided to

Counselor’s Inspirational—How can you let go?

Counselor’s Inspirational—How can you let go?

I’ve seen a theme lately of people struggling with letting go.  It is work to change your thinking, and move towards acceptance of what is.  But,