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How Trauma Affects Relationships Part II: How We Interact

I am realizing it’s impossible for me to write a SHORT blog. I’m sorry! There’s too much to say. It only looks long because I broke down the interactions. I almost made each attachment style a different blog but I had so many people asking me when this would be out I was afraid you’d

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How Trauma Affects Relationships Part I: Attachment

  “She overreacts about everything.” “He’s there, but not emotionally. I feel a distance.” “She always hears me wrong.” “We love each other but we can’t make it work.” “She flies off the handle all the time.” “He’s always waiting for bad things to happen. He’s always waiting for me to leave” “I know I

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Angry or Anxious?

  One of the more interesting things about psychology is that everything is on a spectrum. We deal with human behavior gone awry- at one level it’s “normal” behavior and at another it’s “pathology.” What makes it even more difficult that symptoms of multiple disorders look similar. I consider myself a diagnositician. That means that I

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Lizard Brain and the Importance of Mindfulness

    Hello again everyone! I’ve had an interesting experience this week that made me think of all of you…. What you don’t know is that your therapist is ALWAYS thinking of ways to make things better, to relate to you, or making associations like “oh! This could help my clients!” I digress, but I

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The Podcast! Headspace Radio

Hello Everyone! In psychology, we have something called “modeling.” It’s a fancy term for “act like you want others to and be an example of how things should be done.” Well, I’m modeling for you. Specifically, feeling fear and doing things anyway. *I’m starting a brand new podcast* and I am so excited! It’s called

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