Tag Archives: defensiveness

Because Our Thoughts Make Sense Doesn’t Mean They’re True

Trying to find peace with the mind is like trying to open a lock with a banana… Carol came to see me with a serious agenda.  She and her husband had had a disagreement the evening before our session and … Continue reading

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The Neuroscience of… Everything

Is there anything one can read these days that isn’t about neruoscience?  Could there be anything left to scan in the MRI tube?  Those parts of life that used to be considered emotional, experiential, sensorial, or just plain mysterious are now being figured out … Continue reading

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How to Heal Defensiveness in Close Relationships

Most of us are defensive in close relationships. If we’re not, we have to interact with people who are. It is the relational disease of our culture and the one that imprisons and destroys intimacy, and prevents love and connection between partners … Continue reading

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