A DOG’S LIFE

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Rex died today. Of his early life we can only speculate.   The Rescue A young man sees another beating a black dog. He angrily confronts the dog-beater who claims it is to “teach the dog.” The young man retorts … Read More

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GUEST BOOK REVIEW by David Duemler, dgd@efn.org

(Dr David Duemler has kindly offered this book review to us. Read and enjoy!LJ) In her book Love 2.0, Barbara Frederickson proposes that love is based on micro-moments of “positivity resonance.” In these moments there is sharing of positive emotion, … Read More

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DO SPECIFIC SYMPTOMS REQUIRE SPECIFIC TREATMENT

There are a fair number of therapists reading this blog. Rather, I should say of the very few people who read my rants, several are therapists. But enough sniveling. On a Positive Psychology discussion group the following question was posted: … Read More

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