CPC Blog: Posts tagged with 'relationships'
Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center member Ed Novak, LPCC has written a book on his favorite pastime, steelhead trout fishing. The book, “Meet Me at the Net: Stories From Steelhead Alley,” is available from Amazon and also has its own website, www.steelheadalley.net. Ed’s book offers a humorous, informative and intimate look at fishing, revealing a deep appreciation for […]
“If music be the food of love, play on, Give me excess of it, that, surfeiting, The appetite may sicken and so die.” (Act I, Scene 1) These are the opening lines of Twelfth Night or What You Will, which is now playing in Stratford, Ontario. Shakespeare has always been a psychoanalytic favorite. His […]
Periodically members and staff recommend books and invite discussion in this blog. Javier Galvez, M.D. recommends Priscilla Roth, Alessandra Lemma, and R. Horacio Etchegoyen, editors, “Envy & Gratitude Revisited.” Dr. Galvez writes: Fifty years after the publication of Klein’s seminal “Envy and Gratitude,” an outstanding group of contemporary analysts, including Ronald Britton, Irma Benman-Pick, Michael […]
The Family Editor of the Cleveland Jewish News, Ellen Schur Brown, recently asked me what couples should consider before deciding to divorce. She included some of my comments in an article, “Before Divorcing” that appeared in the CJN. Collectively, the attorneys, rabbi, and marriage and family therapist that Brown interviewed echoed similar refrains: Divorce is […]