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"When is Loving Too Much a Problem?"

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Darlene Lancer

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Do you wonder if you are Codependent? Do you sacrifice your opinions or needs and then feel resentful? Do you feel guilty saying no? Do you feel controlled by, or try to control someone else, whom your thoughts and feelings revolve around, as in the Barry Manilow song, “I’m glad when you’re glad, sad when you’re sad?” Are you afraid of speaking up? Relationships provide a constant challenge and opportunity for personal and spiritual development. Learn how you can transform yourself through your interactions with family, friends, and lovers. Darlene Lancer is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, who for 24 years has helped individuals and couples overcome problems and enhance their self-esteem, marriage and relationships. They quickly see changes and acquire skills for solving problems, better communication, and the capability to manage emotions and boundaries. She draws on extensive personal and professional experience, as well as ability as an emotional intuitive. Formerly a lawyer, she has counseled victims of domestic violence and mediated divorces and custody and visitation disputes in Los Angeles Conciliation Court. She thoroughly understands family crises. Call in and get answers. Darlene is an expert at identifying the hidden dynamics and motives that underlie frequent misunderstandings and relationship conflicts. Discover what is really going on with you and your partner, whether or not to stay or move on, and how to improve your relationship with yourself and others. For private counseling and etherapy, contact Darlene at info@darlenelancer.com Tune in to "Decode Your Dreams and Soul Messages" at Blogtalkradio.com/darlenelancer Thursdays 8pm PST for a free dream analysis. See www.darlenelancer.com for a FREE REPORT: “10 Steps to Disarm the Critic: From Self-Criticism

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