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Honor Your Mother and Father?

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In these tough coronavirus times, we need to find the positives everywhere we can.

It seems like half my clients blame their parents for their malaise. “He called me stupid.” “She ignored me.” “They were overprotective.”

And indeed, much psychotherapy involves the search for parental causation of the client’s unhappiness.

In a small attempt at providing balance, my PsychologyToday.com article today offers questions that should unearth positives in your parents and guardians that can enhance your life or at least provide a bit of additional peace of mind as we go through the coronacrisis.

A Shortcut to Happiness?

Joy is hard to sustain. It tends to exist not for hours, let alone for years, but for just a moment—distilled happiness.
Listing your life’s joyous moments and keeping them in in a prominent place can be a balm in tough, even scary times. In my PsychologyToday.com article today, I offer an easy way to unearth your life's best moments.


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