Healing Parental Wounds

  British pediatrician and psychoanalyst Donald Winnicott introduced the concept of "the good enough parent." In most instances, our parents were doing the best they could in raising us, given their circumstances, knowledge and resources. They were motivated by love and a desire to provide for us to the best of their ability. While it might be comforting to believe [...]

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Cultivating Resilience: Harnessing The Transformative Power of Your Emotions

Being able to work constructively with our emotions is an essential aspect of maintaining a sense of well-being, given that they significantly impact our mental, physical, and spiritual health. The challenge lies in the fact that most people do not possess the understanding or resources that would enable them to effectively manage their emotions. Our lack of emotional intelligence often [...]

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Growing Along With Our Children

My friend Amy has been struggling with the changes taking place as her daughter grows into adolescence. Just the other day she was saying to me “For the longest time I was the center of my daughter’s world. I sometimes feel a tremendous sense of grief and loss because I no longer have the lovely close cuddly relationship with my [...]

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