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Wow, you’re having your first child. It’s very exciting and scary. You find yourself discussing with other people, family, friends what you’re doing to prepare, what life may be like, how you are envisioning the inevitable changes, though in reality, you can’t begin to understand what your new status as…

Generation Compassion
Wednesday, 20 November 2019 12:26

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I am a relatively calm person, not generally prone to panic. However, as a baby boomer, when I was told I would periodically need to post to Facebook, blog, and perform other such unnatural acts, my reaction (and that of many others in my generation) was pure, unadulterated dread. I…

Trauma is an Experience, not an Event
Wednesday, 20 November 2019 12:18

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Santiago Delboy, LCSW, is a Chicago-based psychotherapist formerly with Wellington Counseling Group. His work has included therapy with individual adults and couples. It seems like "trauma" has become one of those household terms everyone talks about. I took a look at the number of average monthly Google searches for "trauma"…

Men at Midlife—and Beyond
Wednesday, 20 November 2019 12:15

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Wellington Group President Dr. David Rakofsky specializes in helping men journey through the challenging years of midlife and beyond. He has a great deal of experience in this area and here he shares his approach. Do you remember when Michael Jordan left the Bulls? You can imagine how difficult it…

Emerging Adults
Wednesday, 20 November 2019 12:12

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What am I supposed to be doing with my life? Is this the right career choice? When will I find the relationship I’m looking for? Am I making a difference in the world? How can I pay all my bills on this salary? If you are an adult in your…
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