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Kiddos

I don’t want to have children. Maybe that is weird to you out there, dear reader, with your family of four. I will always be a family of one, well, ...
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3 Unrealistic and Detrimental Expectations About Marriage

3 Unrealistic and Detrimental Expectations About Marriage

There’s no shortage of unrealistic expectations about marriage. Which we can pick up from our families, from friends, from fairy tales, from television and movies, from magazine articles. And these supposedly true beliefs can sabotage our relationships, creating a whole...
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Polishing The Fragments

Polishing The Fragments

“When God shatters your life what is there left to do? Polishing the Fragments” When I began writing this blog over a month ago I picked the name ‘Polishing The ...
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Today I Love These Rolling Days

Today I Love These Rolling Days

Today I love these rolling days and how they seem to repeat indefinitely in a cyclical manner and yet progress purposely through the calendar. I love that it is Thursday ...
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When We Pretend It’s All Perfect

When We Pretend It’s All Perfect

You post pictures on Facebook and Instagram with captions that illustrate your flawless life. You post about your wonderful spouse. You post about how #grateful you are. You post about ...
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Podcast: What’s Online Counseling Really Like?

Podcast: What’s Online Counseling Really Like?

In this episode of the Psych Central Show, hosts Gabe Howard and Vincent M. Wales discuss online counseling. Joining them is Haesue Jo of BetterHelp.com, which offers online counseling and is also the sponsor of The Psych Central Show. In addition to answering specific...
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Succeeding Well

Succeeding Well

Over six years ago I started writing this blog. I’ve written three posts a week since the beginning. I’ve never published less than that, and I don’t intend to change ...
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#272: Sexting: Pros and Cons

In our book A Womb of Her Own (Routledge, 2017) Dr. Doris Silverman writes: A phenomenon undreamed of when the feminist revolution began is the practice of sexting which is ...
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