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That’s A Laugh: My Ode To Walt

Today is my father’s birthday. He would have turned 84 years old today, had he survived beyond the way-too-impossibly-young age of 68. Though it’s closing in on two decades since I last shared my day with him, road-tripped with him, … Continue reading

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That’s A Laugh: My Ode To Walt

Today is my father’s birthday. He would have turned 84 years old today, had he survived beyond the way-too-impossibly-young age of 68. Though it’s closing in on two decades since I last shared my day with him, road-tripped with him, … Continue reading

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That’s A Laugh: My Ode To Walt

Today is my father’s birthday. He would have turned 84 years old today, had he survived beyond the way-too-impossibly-young age of 68. Though it’s closing in on two decades since I last shared my day with him, road-tripped with him, … Continue reading

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That’s A Laugh: My Ode To Walt

Today is my father’s birthday. He would have turned 84 years old today, had he survived beyond the way-too-impossibly-young age of 68. Though it’s closing in on two decades since I last shared my day with him, road-tripped with him, … Continue reading

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Eyes Up: Breaking the Worry Habit

You see it in the eyes. During the middle of my workday, the light filters through my office window just right, highlighting my clients’ faces. And it’s easy to be fooled at first. Well put together. Decked out. Hair done … Continue reading

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The Crisis Crisis

“Dr. Duffy, please call me back right away. We’re really in crisis here.” There was nothing unusual about this phone call. After all, I’m a psychologist. People rarely call to let me know things are rolling along smoothly. And this … Continue reading

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Foster the Big Moment: A Parent’s Mandate

My son George is a high school swimmer. He was a swimmer, I should say. The area Conference meet was held this past weekend, which also marked the final meet of George’s high school career. As my wife Julie and … Continue reading

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Why Texting Rules: The Silver Lining Parents Are Missing

My son George, my one and only child, is now an 18-year-old man. In a few short months, we will be dropping him off at college. He’s busy focusing on his senior year in high school. That moment hugging his … Continue reading

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Foster the Big Moment: A Parent’s Mandate

My son George is a high school swimmer. He was a swimmer, I should say. The area Conference meet was held this past weekend, which also marked the final meet of George’s high school career. As my wife Julie and … Continue reading

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Foster the Big Moment: A Parent’s Mandate

My son George is a high school swimmer. He was a swimmer, I should say. The area Conference meet was held this past weekend, which also marked the final meet of George’s high school career. As my wife Julie and … Continue reading

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