My blog depicts 'a day in the life of a psychotherapist for women,' specifically issues like relationships, body image, compulsive shopping, motherhood, infertility, and sexuality. I'm now following everyone, so check it…"
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My blog depicts "a day in the life of a women's psychotherapist."
I depict cases of compulsive shopping, relationship issues, pregnancy, and infertility based on real-life experiences of all the lovely things we have to…"
Comment Club inspired, this club consists of following (not twitter) but those who have the "follow this blog" button or "subscribe to" on their blog. By joining, you agree to subscribe or follow every members blog. For those who want followers!See More
"As a blogger (and psychotherapist) my best blog ever has been "How Much Shopping is Too Much?" I've seen so many clients go through distorted relationships with spending, and this article sums it up!
Hi Ladies!!I am a psychotherapist for women (exclusively) looking for women to share their stories about their relationship with... you guessed it... shopping.How do you feel when you walk into a store? Do you hide your purchases? Do you lose track of your debts/budgets when you shop? Please share as much or as little as you like!I work with many clients who are self-proclaimed compulsive shoppers. Usually compulsive behaviours are a result of learned emotional patterns. It is very common to…See More
I'm a psychotherapist focusing on women's issues (exclusively!) These include pregnancy, infertility, relationship issues, stress/anxiety, compulsive shopping, body image, and sexuality.
My blog is all about common experiences I…"
Hi there from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York where you'll find light, witty and rather entertaining articles on every topic imaginable from The Little Black Dress to Making Whoopie. So if you get a chance to kick back and exhale, if only for a brief moment ... come on over and see me some time.
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