Contemporary Psychoanalysis in Action

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Sometimes With Self Care, More Is Less And Less Is More

Sometimes With Self Care, More Is Less And Less Is More.“Staying in your own lane” can be critical. How many times per day do we hear the following: “How are you? Hope you’re doing well.” Or “Take care of yourself!” “Take good care!” “Stay well!” We probably hear it--or ourselves say it--so often that we no longer interpret it as anything more. By Helen Fronshtein, PsyD Read More

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