The Reluctant Therapist: 2010 Archives

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December 1, 2010: They say it's important to give until it hurts. But, maybe our giving actually hurts more than it helps. The Reluctant Therapist questions the benefits of our charitable ways.

November 3, 2010: Host Elizabeth Barrett discusses the critical skills necessary to successfully guide our teens toward independence and ensure that they will some day be capable of moving out on their own.

October 6, 2010: What's in a name? Much more than you ever considered. The Reluctant Therapist explores how our identity is tied to those we call family.

September 1, 2010: Annie and the Media: Just because it sound good, it doesn't mean that it's good for you - The Reluctant Therapist discusses our need for a healthier media diet. It's time to lay off the junk stories!

July 7, 2010: Gossip: Have you heard the latest about The Reluctant Therapist? This month she discusses gossip. Don't miss out, she might be talking about you!

June 2, 2010: The Trap Questions: When it comes to advice about personal matters, some things are better left unsaid -- until today -- The Reluctant Therapist has her say about marriage and family questions frequently asked, and rarely answered honestly.

May 5, 2010: Legacy: Host Elizabeth Barrett discusses the circle of life and how we can ensure that, in the end, our lives are about more than what we've consumed.

April 7, 2010: Advice to my Daughters: After years spent devoted to parenting, The Reluctant Therapist wonders if she wishes the same life for her daughters.

March 3, 2010: Nurturing Creativity: Out of the box thinking is essential to the development of children, and the future of our nation. The Reluctant Therapist takes a look at how we are meeting these needs in the face of the fiscal challenges threatening education.

February 3, 2010: The helping professionals have lost their way. The Reluctant Therapist discusses how Marriage and Family Therapists can begin to offer hope and guidance to an ailing culture before we all become emotionally robotic.

January 6, 2010: Change: Host Elizabeth Barrett addresses our reactions to change, and the challenges associated when facing the unknown

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