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The Wrong Side of the Tracks

Every so often I receive the privilege and challenge of working with a guy who mimics the character of Will Hunting from the Oscar-winning best movie of 1998, “Good Will Hunting.”  He has recently shown up in my practice again:  late 20’s; from a tough neighborhood; severely abused by his alcoholic and/or drug-using father; trusting […]

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You Go, Gentlemen!

by Paula Robbins It is often said that men are less emotional than women, and I have to say that I completely disagree. There are men that do hold back on readily expressing deeper emotions. However, my experience has been that given the right opportunity, the right connection, men can experience very deep emotions, and […]

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