05 Jun 2018
June 5, 2018

Dave’s Anxiety Help

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I’m sorry that you are having a hard time. Believe me, I’ve been there. I don’t know anything about your situation, but I do know something about anxiety and panic disorder. First, a little info about me. My name is Dave. I’m 53 years old and have had anxiety and depression on and off since.. read more →

    LEARNING NOT TO JUMP OFF THE STRUCTURE AND OTHER ESSENTIAL LESSONS OF GROWING UP BY BRIAN EAMES UPPER ELEMENTARY TEACHER AND IMAGO FACILITATOR     Anywhere in America, 1978, 12:45 on a Tuesday At the periphery of a vast playground, two teacher aides hover by double doors leading into the brick building.  Out.. read more →

04 Jan 2018
January 4, 2018

Intention vs. Impact

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The new year brings with it a chance to set new intentions for the 12 months ahead.  As we all set our minds to achieve our New Year’s resolutions, I think it is valuable to consider our intentions vs. the impact we ultimately have.  Have you ever been in the position where you are certain.. read more →

21 Sep 2017
September 21, 2017

When Crisis Roars

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  When Crisis Roars  by Jesica Matthews Eames   March 1, 2000, Piedmont Hospital: Brian and I are nervous and excited. My labor is moving along and all seems fine until it isn’t. The room explodes with panic. People crash in, alarms go off, and I am on a gurney being wheeled into an operating.. read more →

Insights From the Couples Weekend    By Allison Dragony  My husband and I were just moving in together when I first came to work with Bob and Wendy. My husband works most weekends and with all that we were doing renovating our house, it didn’t seem like the right time to do the workshop.  Well, renovating.. read more →

How Keeping the Love You Find Can Help You End Painful Patterns By Wendy Palmer Patterson     Have courage? Ask yourself the question, what is it like to be in relationship with me? So many of us have hurt histories with our significant others and we aren’t at all clear what is wrong with.. read more →

22 Mar 2017
March 22, 2017

Don’t Worry, I Got This!

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  As much as we’d like to think otherwise, most of the decisions we make are on autopilot.  In the brain’s drive for efficiency, most of our behavior becomes automatic.  Someone smiles at us, we smile back.  Someone yells at us in traffic, we are ready to do battle.  Most of the stupid decisions we.. read more →

22 Dec 2016
December 22, 2016

The Holidays and Winter Energy Shift

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The Holidays and Winter Energy Shift  How to Take Care of Yourself and Your Relationships  Are you tired? Do you think you should be feeling things you’re not feeling? Are you experiencing low-level depression, sadness, wariness? Perhaps it’s the holidays! The entrance of winter makes for a dramatic and yet often unseen energetic shift in.. read more →

14 Nov 2016
November 14, 2016

Relationship Tip 1: Remove all Criticism

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  Here is the first in a series of videos of Imago Relationship Tips you can use in your relationship right now.  When we are frustrated with our partner, we can often become critical. This video will show you some ways to adjust your language so your thoughts or concern may be received in a better way… read more →

  The Imago Professional Facilitator Program Your Next Big Step?   By Wendy Palmer Patterson   You know when something wonderful that you are a part of grows and changes and it leaves you feeling awestruck?  That is happening to us at P2. The landscape of relationship work epitomized in Imago Relationship Therapy, that has occupied us.. read more →