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Beth Fineberg
Offering psychotherapy for individuals and relationships
Offering psychotherapy for individuals and relationships

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Having more family rituals brings more connection among its members. (Hutson M. The more rituals the merrier. Scientific American Mind, 2016, 27(6), p. 8)

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The American College of Physicians, reacting to the results of many meta-analyses, endorsed cognitive behavior therapy as the best and first-line treatment for chronic insomnia. (DeAngelis, T. Behavior therapy works best for insomnia. Monitor on…

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As early as 9 months, babies pick gender-typical toys. Boys like cars and balls while girls prefer dolls and cooking toys.( In brief. Monitor on Psychology, 2016, Oct., p. 12)

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Richard Ford: The more we see our parents fully, see them as the world does, the better our chances to see the world as it is.

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Middle-aged adults may remember different things than do younger adults because they pay more attention to their internal thoughts than to external visual details. (In brief. Monitor on Psychology, 2016, Oct., pp 10-11)

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The Days of Abandonment by the Italian writer Elena Ferrante (2002) is a tour de force. It is not a read for the fainthearted in its first-person depiction of the despair of a woman whose husband unexpectedly leaves her for another, much younger woman.…

Taking photos increases the enjoyment of positive experiences and increases displeasure in unpleasant situations. (In brief. Monitor on Psychology, 2016, Sept., p. 24)

Ernest Hemingway: Never think that war, no matter how necessary, no matter how justified, is not a crime.

"As mounting evidence shows, self-compassion is typically a source of both personal and interpersonal strength, making self-compassionate individuals more emotionally stable, more motivated to improve themselves and generally better to be with" (p. 66). (Karkovsky, M. The self-compassion solution.
Scientific American Mind, 2017, 28(3), 64-69)

Albert Einstein: The hardest thing to understand in the world is the income tax.
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