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Another Abandonment? My Therapist Won't See Me Anymore!
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Childhood Trauma Left Me Feeling Worthless and Depressed
Thank you for your question. Boy, oh boy were you put through the wringer. My heart ached to read of your experiences. I suppose the short version of my answer would be to see a therapist soon as you ... Read more »

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You are neither crazy nor too old. You are also not alone in having your dream of motherhood deferred. There are many women ... Read more »

My Boyfriend Thinks We Need a Gun, but I Worry He's Paranoid
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