Here’s an inside look at what makes marriage both incredibly challenging, and, potentially, the most enriching experience of a lifetime.
(This is a re-posting of one of our early Oldies but Goodies) The Early Contract of A Couple Dave: Romance
How Mental Distress Can Masquerade as Disease: Here’s a live case story which shows how grief can manifest as abdominal pain.
Amy: I’m in Los Angeles this weekend, and decided to make myself a T-Shirt to express my solidarity with all
Dave: I have a long interest in patterns of illness in families. Much of my clinical work is involved in
Amy: When I sat down to write this post today, I intended to write about the more “clinical” matter of anxiety.
Amy: I love this little post from Alain de Botton’s The School of Life. He talks about the importance of
Here are my reflections on a rather subtle, yet insidious family pattern characterized by invisible (unconscious) demands for false togetherness, the demand that all family members pretend to think the same. This enforced “togetherness” has a formidable, unyielding tone, suggesting it is not to be questioned.
Amy: Part of my attraction to the video “What Nice Men Don’t Say to Nice Women” (see post from 9/5)
Dave and Raluca Jacono (Raluca is a wonderful therapist/ friend of DK): We both responded similarly to the Nice Man video. ( See