Sometimes we need to bottle up our anger, sometimes we need to sip, sometimes we need to share. This article outlines a process for how to use our anger in healthy ways.
"Being in a loving relationship augments our caring and compassion for others, in our family and in our community" - Dr. Sue Johnson, Hold Me Tight, p. 259
"Books and cleverness! There are more important things! -- Friendship and bravery!" - Hermione Granger
What helps kids grow to be Emotionally Intelligent young adults? How can we help the Ron Weasley’s of the world become emotional-intelligence superstars like Hermione Granger?
Sexual compatibility can be greatly improved within most loving relationships.
Therapy can help people drive their own bus after feeling stranded in the dark.
Therapy helps when we need someone to join us on our path with clarity, acceptance, and empowerment.