Today’s podcast identifies the one question that you can ask yourself before you take things too personally. I’ve heard lots of couples bicker and fight over the twenty-five years I’ve been a therapist, and this question will save you from so many assumptions and misunderstandings. I’ll use an example when I actually followed my own advice and avoided a knock-down drag-out argument. It’s not simple to actually do — it takes practice. But it’s very simple to ask.

The listener email today is from someone who identifies with Perfectly Hidden Depression, and who states her agitation gets worse at night.

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