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Sons of Narcissistic Fathers

Sons of narcissistic fathers are driven by lack of confidence. Raised by a self-centered, competitive, arrogant father, they feel like they can never measure up or be enough to...
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Bad Therapists

You go to a psychotherapist in private practice. You are broken, vulnerable, depressed, anxious, grief-stricken, traumatized, anxious. You need to believe the person on the other side of the...
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Trauma and Codependency

You can make significant strides in overcoming codependency by developing new attitudes, skills, and behavior. But deeper recovery may involve healing trauma that usually began in childhood. Trauma can...
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Multipurpose Moms

How many hats do you wear? Do your roles include: mother, wife, career woman, organizer, negotiator, taxi service, psychologist, cook, lover, friend and role model? To refer to you...
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When a Child is a Picky Eater

When it comes to food, young children are notoriously finicky. Many parents find that their preschooler’s idea of a gastronomic delight is peanut butter and grape jelly on cheap,...
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