Monthly Archives: April 2013

We REALLY are all connected; celebrating Earth Day

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This Earth Day reminds us that we live on ONE planet with each other as members of the human race sharing the human experience. The universality of this experience transcends our life circumstances. We ALL feel grief, sorrow, pain and … Continue reading

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How to talk to your kids about the Boston Marathon

How to talk to your kids about the Boston Marathon Yesterday in session, a client raised the issue of the Boston Marathon and how to explain this terrorist act to her son who is 9 and who has been increasingly … Continue reading

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Counseling DMX

Counseling DMX This week was the premiere of Iyanla Vanzant’s “Fix My Life” on OWN which featured DMX in a vulnerable position. Vulnerability, sorrow and regret are emotions that the public typically does not associate with rough, rugged, “where my … Continue reading

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Why we need anger management in college basketball

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Anger Management in College Basketball If you thought anger management was just a term in Psychology 101, ┬álast week’s uproar regarding Mike Rice as the men’s basketball coach at Rutgers University (my alma mater) was not a surprise for those … Continue reading

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Why suicide? RIP Kurt Cobain and Matthew Warren

Why Suicide? RIP Kurt Cobain and Matthew Warren   Why would someone choose suicide? What could compel a human being to “give away” the gift of life? If you haven’t been to a place of deep emotional despair and turmoil, … Continue reading

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