There’s a difference between “I want” and “I’m afraid to want.”
We’ve all been in situations where we convince ourselves that we can’t leave.
In this week’s What Your Therapist Really Thinks, a skeptic questions whether couples counseling actually works.
Sometimes what feels like an impossible choice is really a false dichotomy, Lori Gottlieb writes in this week’s What Your Therapist Really Thinks.
The people you run to can’t give you what you want, Lori Gottlieb writes in this week’s What Your Therapist Really Thinks.
It’s hard to have a friendship in which one person feels superior.
You might not have to lose each other over their terror and your pain.
It’s easier to devalue something we might not get than to acknowledge that we might want it.
“Our patients’ lives are theirs to live, not ours.”
Sometimes, remaining in a state of confusion serves us.
It’s common for people with unhappy histories to feel anxious around happiness.
The gap between what we do and what we’d like to do often comes down to fear.
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