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Your sense of self and the quality of your relationships are often influenced by earlier experiences in your family of origin and other. It’s important that you identify, understand and seek to resolve any blocks to your potential happiness.

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    Repeating bad relationships is not only painful but can erode trust that good relationships are even possible for you.

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Combat Self-Blame with Self-Forgiveness

Dr. Elisha Goldstein, PhD, offers a self-forgiveness practice to help shift our old stories and habit of self-blame.  He suggests that if we adopt a “learning mindset,” growth can occur from the inevitable mistakes we all make in life. Self-blame is a human dilemma. We may blame ourselves for shouting at our kids or not […]

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How Can Love and Life Toolbox Help?

Here you will find a huge library of free articles, tips and tools by Lisa Brookes Kift, MFT and other therapy professionals. She has also created products related to emotional and relationships, ideal for those who aren’t ready for therapy but would like education from a trained and practicing individual and couples therapist. You can also Ask Lisa a specific question related to your Emotional Health or Relationship issue in which she will respond via email consultation.

In 2005, Lisa was one of the first therapists to take her knowledge online via until 2013 when it became, now a well-established and trusted emotional health and relationships resource for people worldwide.

She has received support for from well-known experts in the therapy field including Rick Hanson, PhD and Linda Graham, MFT, as well as the founder of PsychCentral, John Grohol, PhD.

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