Peace not War

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Rebecca Morgan, LICSW, is a licensed clinical social worker with a private practice in Holliston, MA. She is an interactive, solution-focused therapist. Her therapeutic approach ...Read More

Like many young clinicians of my day, during my first psychotherapy experience, I struggled with an anxiety disorder and a toxic relationship—one which constantly triggered me to negative self perceptions and beliefs. A leitmotif for the many phases of my subsequent development, it has been everpresent, albeit muted and simplified.

Once I got it that my crazy person was just one person, one part of who I am, no more or less powerful than any other part or person on my own personal subway—I began to find strength and confidence in the many other people that were taking the ride with me. I learned to listen and understand and accept all of me and us on this crazy and complicated journey through life—in peace not war.

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