Monthly Archives: July 2013

If It’s Good For Me, Can it Be Good For You Too?

Before we act, most of us try to consider how our actions will affect the people we care about. But do we spend too much time agonizing unnecessarily? I think so…. But I have good news: I’ve learned that if … Continue reading

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Noticing When the Work is Done

The other day I saw a dog at the dog park who had black dirt all over his front paws and his nose. His owner explained that her dog loved to dig, and that when given a dog biscuit, he … Continue reading

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Healthy Boundaries – the Power of the Pause I think it’s safe to say that we all have trouble with boundaries. Clients frequently ask me how they can improve their own boundaries so that they won’t feel bulldozed by their … Continue reading

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