Why your relationships aren’t working out: Internal Working Models

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puzzle
Psychologists who study human attachment call the relationship rules we create as children internal working models. They are developed from the first moment of connection with a caregiver. Although we continue to tweak and fine-tune our internal working models throughout our lives, the basic rules are created when we are very young.

What does it mean to ‘let go?’

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Letting Go

Grief tells us that we cared.

Why are we so afraid of anger?

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anger

The next time you and your partner have a disagreement, try acknowledging your partner’s anger instead of going straight to the defensive. It can go a long way toward helping you both to really communicate.

Mother’s and Father’s Day present opportunities for growth

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pier
We have complicated feelings. But however we feel about our parents, this time of year presents the inescapable fact that we need them.

The Quandary of Psychological Diagnsosis

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pier
Nowadays, diagnosis is focused on symptoms. But it wasn’t always this way.
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