Tag Archives: 50th Anniversary

We nearly derailed ourselves [+ time-sensitive contest]

What happened next is one example of the law of unintended consequences.   We kept being asked to teach what we were learning and we might have continued to have quiet psychotherapy and training business, but it would've stopped there: … Continue reading

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Lessons Learned

By 1976, after a painful and nasty organization breakdown, just the two of us were in practice together.   Desperate to understand what had gone wrong, I started studying organizational relationships as well as individual ones. In retrospect, we made … Continue reading

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One small decision led to all this?

I'm thrilled at the comments I have received on the first two letters. Thank you so much!   Until I wrote the last letter I didn’t realize that my decision to learn everything I could about Transactional Analysis (TA) happened … Continue reading

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We almost split up…

As I said in my last e-mail our lives didn't work out quite as we expected.   I started out very much like most of the women I've worked with over the years — possibly a lot like you did. I … Continue reading

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We’ve Been Married 50 Years – Can You Believe It?

I've been thinking a lot about the implications of being married for 50 years and going public with that information. I've been wondering how to share some of the questions I've been asking myself. Questions like: What makes a marriage … Continue reading

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