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Clouds and Silver Linings

As a therapist, I am always thinking about adversity. After all, why would clients come to me (or any other therapist, for that matter) were they not in some type of trouble? Read More

A very thought-provoking

A very thought-provoking post. For years I have had the motto, "When one door closes, another door opens." In times of adversity we usually cannot see the open door, but it is there for us to find.

I have had two job losses in my career, but after each one I obtained a much better, more fulfilling (and higher paying) job, and after the first job loss I was lucky to raise my child for several years before returning to paid work outside the home. So I try very hard to see the silver lining in life's inevitable clouds.

I started reading your book, Dr. Rosenthal, and I enjoy it greatly.

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Norman Rosenthal, M.D., is best known as the psychiatrist and researcher who first described Seasonal Affective Disorder.


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