Tag Archives: Risk

Something Finishes and Something Begins

This is my last post at AwenTherapy.Wordpress.com. It has been a lot of fun sharing my thoughts since my first post Facing Our Fears on June 1, 2010. That post talked about opening my private practice and dealing with fear versus … Continue reading

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Two Therapists Talking: Creating Space for Change

In this episode of Two Therapists Talking, Jasmine St. John and I discuss how wanting change in others requires allowing space for those changes to occur. If you have questions or a topic you’d like to hear us discuss, write us … Continue reading

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Give Yourself Permission…To Be In Control

There are lots of reasons why we sometimes don’t want to go to an event or do a certain activity. Fear is one of those reasons. It can range from an uncomfortable feeling to full blown social anxiety. At its … Continue reading

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Two Therapists Talking: An Interview with Kathy Labriola

In this episode of Two Therapists Talking, Jasmine St. John and I talk with Kathy Labriola, author of The Jealousy Workbook and Love In Abundance. You can purchase either of her books here. If you have questions or a topic … Continue reading

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Out of the Mouths’ of Babes…I Mean Sportswriters…

I am a fan of the Green Bay Packers. I was born and raised in Wisconsin so it mostly goes with the territory. I particularly enjoy reading a blog on the team’s website called Ask Vic written by Vic Ketchman. … Continue reading

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What’s Good for the Goose…

A friend shared the following article by Emma Gray (via The Huffington Post) titled 23 Things Every Woman Should Stop Doing with me. She loved the article, as do I. Her most interesting comment was that she thought this advice applied to … Continue reading

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Two Therapists Talking: The Difference Between Fear and Risk

In this episode of Two Therapists Talking, Jasmine St. John and I discuss the difference between our fears and actual risk. If you have questions or a topic you’d like to hear us discuss, write us at TwoTherapistsTalking@gmail.com.

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