Category Archives: relationships

Using Technology to Enhance Attachment Security

Your text message made me feel 🙂 Using technology to enhance attachment security  by Daniel Sonkin, Ph.D. “I received a text message from my wife, and before I even read it, I smiled!” John Bowlby’s attachment theory (1969, 1973, 1980) revolutionized … Continue reading

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Deconstructing Lust

Deconstructing Lust by Mary Lamia, Ph.D. Lust may be experienced as intense desire, ardent enthusiasm, or unbridled sexual longing. This passionate craving is attention directing and a motivational force as is the experience of any emotion. When untethered, lust can … Continue reading

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Parenting After Separation or Divorce

PARENTING AFTER SEPARATION OR DIVORCE By Annette Holloway, PsyD Many families are faced with questions about how to best raise children when the adults don’t live together any more. This is particularly difficult when you are feeling angry, hurt or … Continue reading

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