Another Side of the Story

May 13, 2016 Alyssa Siegel 0

As therapists, we are taught to form a collaboration with a client free from bias; to dispel our own values, beliefs, and opinions in order to meet a client where he/she is, and to simply […]

Never Argue with a Dead Person

March 25, 2015 Editor 0

Children who lose their parents are referred to as orphans. Adults who lose a spouse are referred to as widows or widowers. But what is the term for a parent who loses a child? Indeed, […] […]

Remembering What Is

December 24, 2014 Joey Smith 0

My little dog is very old now. I miss the younger dog, once admired by the likes of Paul McCartney, Kim Basinger, Anne Hathaway, and the steady stream of New York City strollers who have […] […]

Pretty Painted Picture

October 14, 2014 admin 0

When I look in the mirror, I see his face. All his distinct features right there in front of me, staring right back. The deep, dark eyes. The high cheekbones. Sometimes I see the belt […] […]

Family Mirror

August 3, 2014 Suzanne Montalalou 0

After my husband passed away twelve years ago, I knew I needed help. I was left alone to raise two children who were five and seven years old. I began counseling to help me work […] […]

Scenes From A Bed

May 31, 2014 Stanley Siegel 0

A bed is more than a place to rest our weary bodies or have sex with a loved one, casual friend or ourselves. A bed is where we encounter our most intimate relationship– the one […] […]

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