>”My apologies”

photo(1)Many years ago, I learned the phrase, “My apologies,” from a colleague who seemed to know that the sincerity of her words are more important than any explanation she could offer. Sooooooooooo…..

My apologies for putting the blog on hold for the past 2 months. Many of you have asked about it, and missed it popping up in your inbox every Tuesday. The truth is, I have been working on certification as an Emotionally Focused Therapist, and it has been a wild ride! (note: in Therapist World only is it even remotely wild; everywhere else it just looks like a manila envelope headed for the ICEEFT headquarters in Canada.)

So my apologies for my absence.

Thank you for your patience and concern. I’m back.






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