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Susan O'Grady, Ph.D. Psychologist & Couples Counselor
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Dr. Susan O'Grady, a psychologist and marriage therapist in practice in Walnut Creek and the Lamorinda and Danville area specializes in individual adult and teen therapy. She is a certified Gottman marriage therapist. Trained in Mindfulness-based stress reduction and cognitive therapy.
Dr. Susan O'Grady, a psychologist and marriage therapist in practice in Walnut Creek and the Lamorinda and Danville area specializes in individual adult and teen therapy. She is a certified Gottman marriage therapist. Trained in Mindfulness-based stress reduction and cognitive therapy.

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Relying on our partner to be the source of our excitement when we are unable to generate our own is unfair. #marriage    #romance   #affair  

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Excessive use of social media can cause depression by comparing our life with the lives of others. #socialmedia #facebook #depression

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Learning to live with difficulties requires stretching, and acceptance that change is inevitable. #acceptance   #mindfulness  

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Everyone has stress, whether big or small, learning to use mindfulness, acceptance, and coping help get through the difficult times.
#psychology   #mindfulness   #stress  

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Just like in the film, Inside Out, we need all of our feelings, including the more difficult emotions such as sadness, fear, and anger. Finding a safe place to express and work with emotions is one of the key benefits of psychotherapy. #psychotherapy #insideout #counseling

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This article has a list of common household tasks that couples can use to launch a discussion about how does what in the relationship.
#relationships   #worklifebalance  

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In mindfulness training we learn to notice when we feel pleasant and unpleasant experiences. Rather than rushing through our days on auto-pilot, we pay attention to the sometimes subtle and small moments.
#mindfulness   #stressmanagement   #cognitivetherapy  

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All relationships need a balance of time together, and time apart. It is important to look at what you love to do, and find ways to incorporate them into your life for a healthy marriage. #worklifebalance   #parenting   #relationships  

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Once the romance fades, it is too easy to let non-sexual intimacy fall away. #Intimacy   #relationships   #couples  

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Raising a child is an enormous endeavor. It is essential to learn to accept and work with the many challenges that come along the way. #parenting   #children  
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