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Blindsided by Estrangement: Can You Love Your Child Right Out of Your Life?

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Abuse? Neglect? It’s easy to understand why an adult child decides to have nothing to do with a parent who subjected them to either.

Parental alienation from a messy divorce? When kids are forced to choose sides, it’s no surprise that adult-child estrangement is an unfortunate […]

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The Relationship Pulse Check is more than a “date night” bandaid approach to connecting with your partner. Think of it as a way to safeguard your connection and supercharge what makes it special. (more…)

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Miserable in your marriage? These days it’s easy to feel disappointed when a spouse doesn’t live up to our overload of expectations: best friend, workout buddy, hot sex partner, confidante, mentor, financial planner, and life coach all rolled into one.

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“Why do you keep going back if it’s making you feel worse?” my boyfriend asked.

We were talking about one of the most unsettling experiences of my young adult life — don’t laugh — psychotherapy.

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Mom Guilt?  How to Give Yourself– and Your Loved Ones– a Break.

“Good moms don’t have fun without their kids around.”

You might be surprised at the woman who confessed this thought and when it crossed her mind.

The thought intruded into the mind of Jessica Rohr, Ph.D., a professor at Baylor College of Medicine. It barged in while Rohr was celebrating her anniversary with her husband (who, by the way, reported […]

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