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  • Narcissistic Mother Tips

    Dealing with a Narcissistic Mother – Part 2 – Some helpful tips 🙂 By David A Morris, LCSW Psychologist and blogger, Karyl McBride, Ph.D. puts it this way: “Narcissists are not in touch with their own feelings. They project those feelings on to others and …

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  • Narcissistic Mother

    Dealing with a Narcissistic Mother – Part 1 By David A Morris, LCSW “My mother and your mother were hanging up clothes, my mother punch your mother right in the nose. What color was the blood?” – We use to repeat this rhyme to figure …

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  • Mother’s Day

    Mother’s Day Restore Your Motherhood As Mother’s Day approaches, I think of the many strong, selfless mothers that I know. I think of mothers who juggle careers and family responsibilities, mothers caring for their young children 24/7, mothers who provide care for their own mothers …

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  • Impact of Divorce on Children

    Impact of Divorce on Children by David A. Morris, LCSW No matter what the age, divorce introduces a huge change in the life of any child. Watching commitments be broken, love lost, arguments intensify, all the while feeling stuck in the middle. The new life …

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  • Healthy Ritual and Routine

    Ritual and Routine for a Fulfilled Satisfying Life David A. Morris, LCSW “Right before a I go out socially, I jump up and down, shake out my hands and legs, then tell myself ‘I can do it, no problem’,” reported a client of mine. I …

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  • Anxiety Relief

    Find Relief from the Anxiety Exhaustion by David A. Morris, LCSW Anxiety intrudes into our daily lives, whether it is our sleep routine, our performance at work, our social situations, or our daily internal conversation. It can be exhausting. People are wanting relief. Over the …

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  • Heart centered healing

    At the Heart of New Directions ♥ An interview with New Directions Founder/Owner Michael Schneider, Psy.D. Winter 2015 When you come to New Directions Counseling Services, you can expect to be greeted in a compassionate, caring way that exemplifies the founder’s deep regard for the lives …

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  • Post Holiday De-Stressors

    Post Holiday De-Stressors As the holidays approach we can feel optimistic even hopeful at times in our minds. Reality sets in and soon it is all over. It wasn’t as great as we pictured it or it took more energy than last year to keep …

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  • Grieving During the Holidays

    Taking Grief and Loss Cues from the Holidays David A Morris, LCSW When we lose someone close to us the pain is palpable, the crying can be everyday, and the loneliness is scary. As the years pass many of us start to feel better and …

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  • Setting Emotional Boundaries

    Boundaries: Good Fences, Good Neighbors by: David A Morris, LCSW October 2014 When I think about setting emotional and physical boundaries in relationships I am often reminded of two examples. The first is a famous line from Robert Frost’s poem Mending Wall, “Good fences make …

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