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Making Friendships Tick

I’d like to ask you a question. What gives your life meaning? Go ahead, give yourself a moment. What are you coming up with? Your work. Enjoying art. Good food. Music. Being original. That thing you love to do on … Continue reading

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Make Better Connections and Richer Friendships

Next time you are hanging out with someone or a group you’ve just met, resist the temptation to give them your resume. “Here’s where I work, this cool degree I have, the distant place I recently traveled to, some impressive fact … Continue reading

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One Way to Reduce Fights with Your Spouse and Loved Ones

Sure, I’m a relationship and couples therapist, but I am certainly not immune to arguments and disagreements with people close to me. Wife, friends, family. You name it. In fact, having a fight, getting through it, then still being close … Continue reading

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Speaking Your Mind Even if Your Voice Shakes

“Hey Jon, what’s happening? Yeah I’m alright, I know you’re good friends with my sister Gwyneth but can I tell you something? She is really bugging me! Every time she calls, all she does is talk about herself. And most … Continue reading

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Avoid Dance: Having those difficult conversations

Reflect back on the last time you needed to have a difficult conversation with a partner or coworker or whomever. Let me guess… you busied yourself with everything but that conversation for a couple days, though it kept taking up … Continue reading

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Yes is One of the Hardest Words to Say

Yes. It is one of the first words we ever say and it only seems to get more difficult as time passes. In fact, as a child, we say yes to pretty much anything. Yes to checking out the pool … Continue reading

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I only want to impress you.

So I’ve always thought that the best thing to do when I meet someone is to try to make a big splash, ya know, impress ’em. So I start pretty quickly in the introduction on my resume, whether or not … Continue reading

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