• Managing Grief
    Managing Grief
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    There’s no getting away from it, at some point in life we will all experience loss and grief. Whether it is the loss of a beloved pet, the death of a parent or the end of a marriage or other relationship, loss and grief are a part of life. Everyone responds to grief and loss…

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  • Are you Falling in Love?
    Are you Falling in Love?
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    How do you know if you’re falling in love? As a San Francisco therapist, I get asked this question a lot. In the beginning of a relationship everything is new and wonderful. If you find you can’t get that new person out of your head, you might be wondering if you’re falling in love. Most…

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  • It’s Okay
    It’s Okay
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    As a therapist and counselor in San Francisco, I often come across people who don’t allow themselves to be happy. There are many reasons this happens and each is individual to the person, but it seems as we get older our commitments and responsibilities become so routine and pervasive there’s no time left to pursue…

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  • Ending Toxic Relationships
    Ending Toxic Relationships
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    We’ve all had a toxic relationship at one time or another. Often, they will end on their own, slowly petering out into oblivion, where they can be forgotten. Other times, we need to be active in ending the bad relationship because it just won’t seem to end on it’s own. We’ve all had a friendship…

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  • Caring for the Caregiver
    Caring for the Caregiver
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    If you’re of a certain age – between 35 and 55 – odds are very good that you’re not only caring for children, but you’re also taking care of one or two aging parents. This is especially true if you’re a woman. If you’re part of the sandwich generation you’re not only caring for two…

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