Myth of Mothering

Debunking the myth of mothering As a mother, you may be falsely assured that your maternal or natural mothering instincts will “kick in”, that you “are made for this”. This may be said in an [...]


Even if you’re familiar with the term “Attachment,” it’s probably worth revisiting.  Are we on the same page about attachment? Would it shock you to know that as a therapist it matters not to me [...]

The Drama Triangle

  Family dynamics often bring alive The Drama Triangle, a social model used to analyze conflict in psychotherapy. As the name “triangle” indicates,  three roles are involved — the villain [...]

On Reenacting the Past

On Reenacting the Past  When another person makes you suffer, it is because he suffers deeply within himself, and his suffering is spilling over. He does not need punishment; he needs help. [...]

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