The Reluctant Therapist: 2011 Archives

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December 7, 2011: Fight or Flight? The Reluctant Therapist explores how our most primitive survival mechanism is activated by the media and our self perceptions.

November 16, 2011: 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 5, 2011: Reality - Maybe it's more than just a Concept: The Reluctant Therapist explores the possibilities of a new world - we just need to believe that it exists.

September 7, 2011: Too Many Choices: We fiercely defent our right to have unlimited choices in our lives, but maybe too many choices get in the way of life. On today's show, The Reluctant Therapist explores the moral dilemmas created by choice.

July 6, 2011: One Small Step: The Reluctant Therapist grapples with the age-old dilemma, "I want to change, but I don't want anything to be different". How one small step can help us make a giant leap forward.

June 1, 2011: After a week-long road trip with 3 teens, The Reluctant Therapist reflects on the lessons learned from parenting in the trenches.

May 4, 2011: Why College: Amidst our ongoing economic challenges, the cost of a college education has been called into question. In today's conversation, The Reluctant Therapist defends the value of higher education.

April 6, 2011: The Reluctant Therapist takes on bullies, it's time for them to pick on someone their own size - or even better - it's time for them to grow up.

March 3, 2011: The Reluctant Therapist wonders if we'll ever be able to kick our cultural drug habit, or will we forever be searching for the "just right" medication?

February 2, 2011: For Better: It's time to explore a few myths about marriage and look for a few things to celebrate-The Reluctant Therapist shares her own state of the union address-the marital union!

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