LJ <3’s Peter: 3 Takeaways from To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before

My last blog post was about a rom-com and this one is going to be too. Am I revealing too much about myself as a therapist and lifting the Freudian psychoanalytical veil by obviously exposing my love of rom-coms? Oh well. Netflix hit gold this summer by investing in the mid-budget rom-com that has fallen … More LJ <3’s Peter: 3 Takeaways from To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before

Experiencing The Big Sick: How to cope during a medical emergency

The Big Sick (released June 23, 2017) tells the story of Kumail Nunjiani (played by himself) and Emily V. Gordon in the first year of their real-life relationship. It seems like a typical romantic comedy until Emily falls into a coma. Fortunately, as Kumail explains to Emily’s distraught parents, it’s a medically induced coma “which is like one of the better types of comas; … More Experiencing The Big Sick: How to cope during a medical emergency

Friends or Frenemies: Accepting changing relationships

The fourth season of TV LAND’s original show Younger debuted on 6/28/17. Yes I’m writing about a show on TV LAND. And much like TV LAND adapted to a younger audience (#ILoveLucyRerunsAreLife) the show Younger is about just that. Adapting. The show revolves around the 40-year-old Liza (Sutton Foster) who, after her stereotypical 40-year-old suburbanite … More Friends or Frenemies: Accepting changing relationships

Quirky Off-Broadway One Man Show and the British Royal Family: Two inside perspectives on mental health treatment

American comedian Chris Gethard and His Royal Highness Prince Harry of Wales have more in common than being gingers. They have both recently disclosed their struggles with mental illness. In very different ways, Prince Harry and Gethard are shining a light on the importance of understanding and treating a variety of mental health issues. Chris … More Quirky Off-Broadway One Man Show and the British Royal Family: Two inside perspectives on mental health treatment