Monthly Archives: December 2010

Attachment and Loss

As soon as you care about something, you are vulnerable to loss. You might not have what you care about and then you are wanting it. If you have it, you might lose it. If you have it and you … Continue reading

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Adult Attachment

I had the pleasure of hearing David Wallin speak last week, and was reminded of his wonderful book “Attachment in Psychotherapy.” His good humor and authenticity make him a tremendously effective and warm presenter. His talk outlined the different processes … Continue reading

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Dreaming

While dreams are not magical, there are two things that are interesting about them: first of all, they are constructed by your mind on purpose. Sometimes people think they are random images and stories, but it is difficult to believe … Continue reading

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