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Ambiguous Loss – Some Coping Skills

Ambiguous Loss – Some Coping Skills

“Let that which stood in front go behind, Let that which was behind advance to the front.” – Walt Whitman The term ambiguous loss has come to mean less obvious losses.  They are losses related to some level of uncertainty, lack of closure, or a sense of longing.  An...

Ambiguous Loss

Ambiguous Loss

What's this? Do you ever feel a tinge of melancholy when the weather changes, even when you’re excited for the new season?  Or just in general, when something in your life is changing, whether good or bad, do you feel a little uneasy?  Maybe your circumstances are...

Clearing Up A Misconception

Clearing Up A Misconception

You have some doubts. I'll start by saying that if you have doubts about the efficacy of therapy, that can be a good thing.  It means you'll be selective. Holding a healthy sense of skepticism is protective.  You're worthy of protection. I will add that on the first...

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