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Hustle Culture and How to Stop Sleep Shame

In today’s digital world of online influencers and entrepreneurs promoting “hustle culture,” we see sleep portrayed as a self-indulgent activity for the lazy and unmotivated. Motivational quotes telling us to “never rest until you succeed” cloud our Instagram feeds, and even Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, has become famous for tweeting how he begins his …

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New Year’s Resolutions Are Toxic. Here’s What To Do Instead

When we set New Year’s resolutions, they come from a place of good intentions and optimistic energy.  But life often gets in the way. Perhaps you’ve successfully made it to the gym every day since January 1st, but a last-minute work emergency keeps you after hours, ending your workout streak. One missed day turns into …

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Understanding Attachment Styles and 7 Tips for Building Healthier Relationships

“I don’t know what is wrong with me,” a client said the other day, looking dejectedly at me through my computer screen.  “I meet a guy, feel a connection, and get way too excited. I expect way too much from him at the start. I get anxious when he doesn’t text me, I feel super …

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Emotional Dumping: How to Avoid Doing it and How to Gently Address it in Others

In the show Sex and The City, the main character Carrie is at a dinner with her friends, overwhelming them with her exhausting relationship issues over a plate of fries. One of her friends suggests that she speak to a therapist. Carrie retorts: “I don’t need to speak to someone — I have you guys!” …

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How to Fight Fair

Clients often come to session to process arguments they have with roommates, romantic partners, colleagues, siblings, parents and friends. They report feeling distressed over how negatively the conversation went, and discuss with great remorse their personal reactivity. “I shouldn’t have said what I said,” “I shouldn’t have called her that word,” “That fight got really …

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Confrontation vs. Communication: Why do we assume conversations will be negative? 

Have you ever been nervous or anxious to broach an important topic with someone? Do you find yourself assuming the conversation will be negative? Do your assumptions prevent you from having the conversation at all? I often hear from clients that they are “bad at confrontation,” or that they find themselves worked up and riddled …

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