Pilar Placone, Ph.D
Children who feel connected to their primary caretakers do better in their lives.
Suffering is the rubble on which success is built.
Suzanne Phillips, PsyD
I’m challenging myself to let my guard down and be open to new friendships.
I know that the fastest way to despair is by comparing one's insides with another's outsides.
Although the internet and social media can foster intimacy in a marriage, it seems to do more harm than good.
Life, reality, recovery and other seemingly “no-brainers” more often than not find a way to stop our progress.
I don’t think I realized just how insecure I was until I joined Facebook two years ago.
Local hospitals use the network of relationships to continue their focus on providing care to the community.
Corrections couples make of each other may be conscious or unconscious, controlling, competitive, playful, mutual or invited.
So what’s our secret? As boring as it sounds, we like each other and enjoy being together.
The French call Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder folie de doute, the doubting disease.
“…the cruelest thing one can do to one’s partner is to be good at fidelity but bad at celebration.”
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