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Dr. David Simonsen

U.S.
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I am a licensed Marriage & Family therapist with a Ph.D. in Psychology. I work primarily with teens and families on a weekly basis. You will get the straight truth. I will not pull punches.

Bruce Borkosky, Psy.D.

U.S.
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questions framed similarly to 'what are some ways to respond when someone does/says X' are best. Questions posed in the form of 'why does my father do/say Y', or 'how would you diagnose my mother when she does/says Z' are difficult, if not impossible, to answer. I will probably reframe your question to fit the first question (what do I do). Nay question regarding any family member is fair game. Some of the most difficult are in the area of step-parenting and divorcing families.

Shashank Shekhar Pandey

India
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Family / Parenting / Relationships, Psycho-Spiritual Counseling, Self Esteem, Motivation, Eating disorders (Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia) Ask an Expert - Visit my Virtual Office at LivePerson

Relationship Counsellor

India
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I am quite experienced and matured enough to handle questions related to following topics: 1) Love- Friendship 2) Issues in all kinds of relationships. 3) making a relationship work. 4) Effective tips to sustain a relationship. 5) Sex related queries. Well as of now haven't come across any such questions, which would offend me or I lack expertise in, but am a straight forward person and doesn't hold my wordings back. I don't mind being honest in case I lack knowledge about particular aspect and quite flexible to accept genuine views of others or seek other professionals for my case studies, to help the clients out.

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2016-12-30 Awful Father:

Hi, Austin, thanks for your question. Yes, it is a difficult place to be - when you have more enlightenment than your parents. Or, put it another way, when you can see that the emperor has no clothes,

2016-12-11 family issue:

Hello Anju,  I would just like to say that you have right on your dad's property. So far as relationship issues with your dad, brother and sister is concerned, do what your conscious says, but in any case

2016-11-15 Dealing with difficult sibling:

Give him 30 days to move out. If he has not moved out at then end of 30 days, have the police forcibly remove him. It's harsh, yes, but there is no way you are going to change a 30 year old adult. Given

2016-11-02 Family Disfunction:

"ignore the behavior that I perceive as selfish or lazy"    ---- you have given yourself good advice, IMO. First, you don't have permission to give them advice, so why would you? 2nd, since they are not

2016-11-02 Family Disfunction:

Hi, Lulu, thanks for your question. You wanted "advice on how I can manage my own behavior."    "My older sibling currently works for me, but refuses to act as if he is at a real job. I have to constantly

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