One Room, Two Perspectives

It’s healthy to express disagreement to our partner and even to have conflicts we need to negotiate or resolve together. Working through disagreement we show attachment and care, and it’s how we can build a stronger and more intimate relationship. Conflicts only begin to cause erosion when partners becomes inflexible in their views, holding their perspective as the only acceptable truth.

Let's Have A Talk About Sex

There is sex and there is every-day life, and sometimes each gets in the way of the other. For good and for bad, we think about sex quite often, and we hear about it everywhere, from great and not so great literature, to radio, television, or social media.

Heart Zen Meditation Meetup in Providence

Lately, I have met a lot of people inside and outside my counseling practice who have shown a strong interest in incorporating meditation into their lives. They hear the news, they listen to meditation tapes, they read books, and see it all over the internet: meditation improves your focus, your memory and your well-being.

Questions that Explore Life Purpose

I was having an interesting conversation with my husband over breakfast about life purpose. So many of us report not having found it and feeling directionless, that from time to time I wonder why it can be so elusive and difficult to find. Research shows that finding meaning or purpose is one of the greatest ingredients for a calm and happy life.

5 Steps Towards Managing Anger

When I moved to Providence about 2 1/2 years ago, one of my first cultural challenges was adapting to a new city with different driving habits.


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