Monday, May 23, 2011

Last Post

Last post for awhile. I'll try to pick up sometime this summer. Too much to do, and believe it or not, I spend a lot of time, maybe way too much time, online. Shocking, I know.

Meanwhile, you'll have to settle for The Five Ways We Grieve, (below) chew on that a bit and read other bloggers.  I'll tweet when I can.

Can't wait to come back. Miss you already,

therapydoc

13 comments:

What It Takes To Be Me said...

Hope you enjoy whatever you get up to during your very sound sounding blog break. Will miss your updates, though.

Have Myelin? said...

I'm sorry...but where is "Five Ways to Grieve"???

I'll miss you too and I just found you. Have a good summer.

Anonymous said...

Have a good summer. See you when you get back. I will miss you.

wendy said...

Have a wonderful summer! I will miss reading your blog(s)!

ATraveller said...

"Five Ways to Grieve" is the post just below this one :)

Have a great summer!

lynette said...

i am sure you need the break, and i hope you enjoy. i want you to know i will miss your posts and your wisdom and will look forward to your return.

enjoy the vacation!

porcini66 said...

Wow...I'm glad you're taking a break, but...I will miss you! So timely that you posted your last post on grieving. Thank you. Enjoy your time away!

Leigh said...

Enjoy your holiday from the interwebs!cI look forward to your return :)

Holistic said...

Enjoy your summer. Looking forward to your next article.
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Marie said...

I just newly re-discovered you, I had forgotten how much I enjoyed your perspective on things. :)

At any rate, enjoy your break. I will have fun catching up with your old posts and look forward to your return.

I also am grateful for a kind and sensitive reply from you to a recent comment I left anonymously. Thank you. :)

Sandra said...

Happy holidays!! Ill be back for your next article




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Syd said...

Have a good break. I totally get it. There are some days that I need to not write or even think too much.

JOYCE WINSLOW said...

40 plus years and about as many therapists later, a non-clinical clinician who doesn't hide behind the elusive therapeutic curtain. very, very refreshing. And how fortunate I am my therapist doesn't hide behind the curtain either and forwarded me your blog on grieving.