The Reluctant Therapist: 2009 Archives

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December 2, 2009: In keeping with the holiday spirit, The Reluctant Therapist discusses the role of conflict and its place in our closest, yet most complicated relationships

October 7, 2009: The Reluctant Therapist talks about the modern family, and wonders if we define ourselves by what we see on television, or if how we live creates TV?

September 2, 2009: The Next Greatest Generation: This show is about the millennials. In spite of our effort to raise them, they've not only managed to survive, but they'll actually thrive. They are here, and ready to take on the world.

August 5, 2009: You may know a lot of people - but do you really have any friends? The Reluctant Therapist explores the true nature of friendship and how we can improve our own.

July 1, 2009: We all long for it. The fortunate already have it. Will you know if you find it? The Reluctant Therapist talks about finding "The One"

June 3, 2009: A Celebration of Fathers: Today we explore the importance of Dads in our culture.

May 6, 2009: In honor of Mother's Day, host Elizabeth Barrett discusses The Role of Moms.

April 1, 2009: Most of us know how to talk, but very few of us know what it takes to have a real conversation. Host Elizabeth Barrett explores the differences.

March 4, 2009: Social Networking online - once the domain of the younger generation- is quickly spreading through all demographics - according to Facebook the number one networking site, their fastest growing group of users are 55 and older! The Reluctant Therapist explores why it's so fun to connect with each other through cyber space when we can just pick up the cell phone!

February 4, 2009: Why Love Matters, and how to make it last.

January 7, 2009: Elizabeth Barrett discusses the importance of Rites of Passage in preparing our children for the future, and passing along our cultural values.

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