It’s high time we put the most enduring myths about human behavior to bed, and see the mind—and the world—as it is.
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Psychoanalytic help for everyday hurts.
David Braucher Ph.D.
Working hard on a relationship need not be fatal.
An argument can be a way of coping with insecurities, and a good one reassures some of us that our partner believes the relationship is worth fighting for.
Secure, positive self-esteem can be rooted in a commitment to accept that all of our feelings as valid—whether pleasant or painful.
David Braucher, Ph.D., has been a practicing clinician for over 25 years. He applies Relational Psychoanalytic ideas to everyday problems in love and work.