Shrinking Down by | Jul 11, 2014 | anti-depressants, Baskin Robbins, CBT, dance, DBT. Behavioral, depression, Equinox, exercise, Freud, Jung, mental disorders, psychiatrists, psychoanalysis, psychology, psychotherapists, shrinks, Skinner, Woody Allen

     Why weren’t psychotherapists included in my lament about all the time and money our family has spent on doctors? (See “Doctored Up,” 6/27/13).  The answer is both simple AND astonishing.  Thanks to the mind-boggling variety of practitioners we affectionately (and...

Thanksgiving and the Trifecta

inexpugnably by | Dec 7, 2013 | "White Christmas, autism, Christmas, depression, holiday blues, New Year's Eve, Norman Rockwell, Rolls Royce, Scrooge, seasonal affective disorder, Thanksgiving, Turkey

     When my best friend and I were single and in our 20’s, we referred to Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Eve as “the Trifecta.”  Unlike children, retail stores and Hallmark, we were not filled with holiday cheer.  In fact, we dreaded the onset of holidays. ...

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