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|Diane M. Powell, Ph.D.|
"There are times when our coping strategies no longer seem to be working well. These moments can present at the beginning or the end of a close relationship. A change in the family such as children leaving the 'nest' or the onset of retirement can present new problems. Starting a family, helping children who are challenged in school, or caring for elderly parents may leave ..."