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The Three Aspects of Differentiation of Self: Part Two

This is the second post in a deep dive into the three aspects of differentiation of self. In my last post, I wrote about the first aspect, which is identifying what you feel, think, believe and prefer. You can read it here. This time, I’m focusing on the second aspect of differentiation of self—holding steady […]

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The Three Aspects of Differentiation of Self: Part One

This is the first post in a three-part series on differentiation of self.  You may have noticed that I write and speak about differentiation often. That’s I believe differentiation is the bedrock of any healthy relationship, as well as a fundamental cornerstone of happiness in general.  As a therapist, fully understanding the various aspects of […]

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What Creates Change?

In my last post, I wrote about why individually-motivated goals for change are the difference between relational therapy that works and relational therapy that doesn’t. Relational therapy requires you to take a deep and possibly uncomfortable look at yourself—rather than simply hoping your partner will do all the changing. You can read it here.  This […]

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