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When the Person You Love Doesn’t Love You It Doesn’t Matter, It Doesn’t Matter, It Doesn’t Matter by Susan J. Elliott, J.D., M.Ed. It’s hard but it happens. And it hurts. You love someone who may have loved you once … Continue reading
As it’s almost Halloween I wanted to touch on Thanksgiving. If you’ve had a recent breakup or life isn’t exactly where you want it to be, being thankful for what you do have is a tough one. As most of … Continue reading
Back in the days of GPYP seminars, we worked on breaking down goals and the action steps to get there into small, manageable bits. We keep things structured and orderly so as not to get lost in what can seem … Continue reading
People who thought they knew best drove me crazy when I was trying to be a victimized know nothing powerless whiny whining pants. They kept making it sound like I had some CONTROL over what happened to me. How annoying.
Thank you for stopping by. Due to registration issues in WordPress and HostGator, we have moved the commenting to a CLOSED Facebook support group. To join be sure to answer the questions (why you want membership and you agree to … Continue reading
There were questions in comments about reconciliations. Most of the time we don’t talk about that. I find that there is a small percentage of couples who can successfully reconcile. Maybe there are therapists somewhere that have a high rate … Continue reading
by Susan J. Elliott Copyright 2008-2017 We only get so many sunsets in life. We miss most of them. We don’t get a whole lot of really great ones. I’ve done posts about being just about the only person on … Continue reading
It’s nice to be “wine’d and dine’d” but it’s not all about the glitz. You DO NOT want someone who is cheap or where you’re paying for the dates (or putting gas in your own car if you were the … Continue reading
Celebrating milestones is important to people who are resisting negative behavioral impulses. This post is for the Facebook group. A closed support group. To join go here: http://www.Facebook.com/groups/gettingpastyourbreakup It’s important to mark those milestones…no matter how big or how small…so … Continue reading
Due to the on-going issues with registration and Word Press, I will post some new posts here on occasion, but will publish new articles mainly on Psychology Today. For the PT articles, go to THIS LINK. We have a very … Continue reading
Two years ago I did a Kicking Codependency/Raising Self Esteem on-line bootcamp. It was attended by a few of my individual clients and a few people from the blog. It was an incredible experience for all involved. I thought it … Continue reading
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Many of you would like the ex to “get theirs” or at least not seem so irritatingly happy or non-plussed. First, this is a normal and natural emotion but don’t dwell there. Second, they will get theirs only you don’t … Continue reading
The 1996 photo was taken during our wedding vows. The 2007 photo was taken dancing at my son’s wedding. We looked at each other with as much, if not more love, than on our wedding day. The years between had … Continue reading