Monthly Archives: August 2011

Consider This on Self-Awareness

“If we were to make a list of people we don’t like – people we find obnoxious, threatening, or worthy of contempt – we would find out a lot about those aspects of ourselves that we can’t face. If we … Continue reading

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When a Parent Disses the Other Parent in front of Children

It’s a commonplace in the child development literature that telling your children how much you blame your former spouse or partner for the breakdown of the relationship may be harmful for the children themselves. Clinical psychologist, Anthony E. Wolf, tackles … Continue reading

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