Clinginess At Its Worst: Why Nice People Cling to Bad Boys (or Girls) Part II

The last post about clingy intimacy focused on the problem of falling in love with someone with narcissistic tendencies. Despite considerable charm and passion, a narcissist may be more in love with love, than being in love with YOU. When the relationship gets old,...

Clinginess At Its Worst: Why Nice People Cling to Bad Boys (or Girls)

You don’t consider yourself clingy, but you find yourself obsessing too much about the relationship. You ask yourself: “Why am I doing this?” You married a really solid guy and now a few years later, he’s always complaining and it feels tiresome. You ask...

Divorce: When A Teen Develops An Eating Disorder

Divorce is one of the most stressful events a family will ever go through. Part of what makes it so difficult is the fact that unlike many other stressors, the effects are prolonged – and unpredictable. In addition, it impacts everyone—child and parent alike—in...

Divorce – ADHD and You

ADHD can be found in approximately one in twenty kids. That is over one child per class and it is probably an underestimate. These kids are hyper, distracted, impulsive, poorly organized, and irritating. They are often intelligent, but have difficulty learning due to...