Give At The Office: Empty At Home

Written by Dr. Dorree Lynn


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It is time to stop and think aboutrepparttar way your own life is structured. Do you have your priorities straight? Do you make time for yourself, for your loved one(s), for your children, your friends? Do you exercise, eat well, and take care of your spiritual self? When isrepparttar 126305 last time you had a relaxed meal, together at home? Is where you live a place of business, a place to sleep, or doesrepparttar 126306 structure, be it a room, apartment or house really function as a home?

If you give to yourself first, in a healthy selfish-self-caring way, second, to those you love and third to work, your chances of having a happy home and full work life will improve. If you increasingly give atrepparttar 126307 office, you risk winding up withrepparttar 126308 equivalent of an empty pocket with a hole in it. The more you put into your empty pocket,repparttar 126309 biggerrepparttar 126310 hole, and before you know it, life as you wish is life as you wish notó-chaotic, up-side-down, and slipping through that ever expanding torn hole. Sew up that empty hole and make your life whole. Give at home first and atrepparttar 126311 office second. Everyone will benefit, especially you.

Life is too hard to do alone,

Dr. D.

Dorree Lynn, PH.D.



Dr. Dorree Lynn is co-founder of the Institute for the Advanced Study of Psychotherapy and a practicing clinician in New York and Washington, DC. Dr. Lynn served on the executive board of the American Academy of Psychotherapists and she is on the editorial board of their publication, Voices. She is also a regular columnist for the Washington, DC newspaper, The Georgetowner. Dr. Lynn is a noted speaker and well known on the lecture circuit.


Divorce Is Not A Good Idea Right Now

Written by Dr. Dorree Lynn


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If you and your partner find that you are in fact fighting more, or that nothing between you seems right, pay attention to whether it is your partner you suddenly canít stand, or if you may be scape-goating them. Another possibility may be that you feel safe and well loved enough to let out your anger, frustration and helplessness aboutrepparttar state ofrepparttar 126304 world withrepparttar 126305 one person you can trust to not go away, even if you behave badly.

Do be careful. With so much hate floating around, takerepparttar 126306 time to love those who are close to you. It will help you get through what otherwise may be long days and lonely nights.

Life is too hard to do alone,

Dr. D.

Dorree Lynn, PH.D.



Dr. Dorree Lynn is co-founder of the Institute for the Advanced Study of Psychotherapy and a practicing clinician in New York and Washington, DC. Dr. Lynn served on the executive board of the American Academy of Psychotherapists and she is on the editorial board of their publication, Voices. She is also a regular columnist for the Washington, DC newspaper, The Georgetowner. Dr. Lynn is a noted speaker and well known on the lecture circuit.


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