Monthly Archives: September 2014

Boundaries, Boundaries

In the poem “Mending Wall,” by Robert Frost, the poet describes two New Englanders ¬†going out in the spring to put the rocks back on top of a rock wall that forms the boundary between their two properties. The frost … Continue reading

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Let’s talk about our relationship (some more)

Let’s face it: sometimes things have gone from bad to worse. Do we just quit, find someone new & start over, or try to save this one? Tough judgment call. Here’s some food for thought from some other sources> reading

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We Miss You, Robin. And You, Too, Will Be Missed.

I was talking to a client about her depression and she said, almost sheepishly, that the death of Robin Williams had made it worse. It made sense to me. I miss Robin too, not least because I knew he had … Continue reading

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