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Choose Your Thoughts like You Choose Your Words
Communication / Self-Care / Self-confidence

Choose Your Thoughts like You Choose Your Words

Now that you have examined how choosing your thoughts makes an impact on your growth and potential, you can also take a look at another area in your life. Firstly, however, take a moment to realize that there are two components of whether or not you have a fixed mindset […]

A Simple but Powerful Way to Connect with Your Partner Every Day
Home and Family / love and relationships / Love and Romance / Relationships / Self-Care / women

A Simple but Powerful Way to Connect with Your Partner Every Day

  Life is stressful. After a rough day, many of us want to go home and forget about work. We want to spend a few minutes venting to an empathic partner and transition to our lives at home. It sounds simple enough, but it’s an area where couples often go […]

Creating Trust and Understanding in All Your Relationships
Communication / Relationships

Creating Trust and Understanding in All Your Relationships

Relationships of all kinds are often perceived as very delicate things, that require extra effort to maintain. However, a relationship can also be something that can provide security and can also be long lasting despite many trials. Building trust and understanding in any relationship is important for a number of […]

I Love You, Honey, But Don’t Touch My Phone
love and relationships / Relationships / Women and Dating

I Love You, Honey, But Don’t Touch My Phone

One of the newest and most challenging issues in our work with couples is cell phones and related privacy. The issue of passwords, ‘friends’, texts, social media and privacy comes up frequently. Are you allowed to have your partner’s password? Should you be able to see their texts? Will playing […]

Amy Kay Cole, PhD, is a tenured professor of psychology who owns a private practice in the Midwest.  She has published extensively in professional journals.   Anne Laptin, MS, LCSW, was trained at Columbia University and is a sought after psychotherapist in Southern California.  Twin Candor provides a frank, candid take on the issues psychotherapists see daily. We are identical twins, a PhD trained psychology professor and an Ivy League trained social worker, with thriving private practices in different parts of the country. Providing psychotherapy is our life's work, and we are excited to share our insights and advice. Check us out at twincandor.com and follow us on Instagram and Facebook.
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Meet our New Relationship Editors – The Founders of Twin Candor

Meet Amy Kay Cole, Ph.D and Anne Laptin, MS, LCSW –  the newest members of the WE Magazine for Women writing team! Amy Kay Cole, PhD, is a tenured professor of psychology who owns a private practice in the Midwest. She has published extensively in professional journals. Anne Laptin, MS, […]

Look Before You Leap
Body Language / Communication / Mental Health

Look Before You Leap

The following is an Excerpt from  The Muse Process: Unleashing the Power of the Feminine for Success and Fulfillment by Barbara Cox Anger is often responsible for letting us know when our boundaries have been crossed, when our values are at risk, or when we are not being true to […]

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