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September 24, 2016

Over the last 30 years, an abundance of research has demonstrated how helpful expressive writing is in improving both physical and mental health. Very few people, (even very few therapists), make use of this knowledge by including expressive writing in their lives. Int...

September 18, 2016

Why is it that we seem to long for someone to listen to us and why is it that the experience of having someone listen, really listen, and allow us to talk, has such a profound effect on us?

When you talk out loud to someone else, you hear your words spoken out loud, and...

September 11, 2016


Is the ability to listen well a skill or something associated with a certain personality type? Those people who know that they don’t listen well may brush off their lack of skill off with, “I’m an extrovert,” “I’m just more of a talker,” or“I’d rather look for a solut...

September 4, 2016

If you have someone in your life who really listens to you, without judging, without interrupting, without telling you the “solution” to your problem too quickly, and you can tell this person what is laying heavy on your heart, then you have a precious gift. If this pe...

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