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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