Monthly Archives: March 2012

Sad Love

Sad Love by Mary Lamia, Ph.D. (Originally published at PsychologyToday.com) Sad love. The concept is seemingly as ineffable as love itself, although most people understand exactly how sad love feels. Separately, sadness is felt as a heavy emptiness that may … Continue reading

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Treating Grief and Loss in Children and Teens

Treating Grief and Loss in Children and Teens  by Meghan Harris, Psy.D. In “The Nature of the Child”, Jerome Kagan wrote, “the effects of most experiences are not fixed but depend upon the child’s interpretation.”  Nowhere is this more true … Continue reading

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