Relationship & Dating

Happy 2024, I Have a Few Things for You

  • Jan 7, 2024
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Happy 2024, I Have a Few Things for You

2023 was quite a year.  There were definitely some challenges but my hope for you is that you are finding some inspiration and optimism for the New Year. was about experimentation and change in 2023, having gone through a number of shifts in the over 10 years of its existence. I am proud that this site remains a trusted emotional health and relationship resource with a global audience, offering education in many related areas including happiness, family of origin issues, unhealthy relationship patterns, emotional safety and self-help tools to supplement your growth.

I continue to be a therapist with a private practice in Marin County, California and I’m rolling into the New Year with gratitude for my work with individuals and couples, not only for seeing so many heal and grow but being a therapist has real meaning to me. Therapy also made a big difference in my life and I thank the therapists who guided me.

In celebration of the New Year, I have some offerings for you:

  1. My annual “Best of” from the prior year
  2. 50% off all digital products in The Toolbox Store through end of January
  3. 5 Free emotional health or relationship consultations

Top 3 Relationship Articles of 2023

Unhealthy Relationships? Break Your Relationship Pattern

People who continually get in bad relationships can benefit from understanding their role and how it’s linked to prior their prior experiences.  Then, change can occur.

Rock Solid Marriage

An assortment of views from several relationship experts on how to have the most stable, secure and loving relationship.

Healthy Relationships: Assessing the Emotional Safety

A look at one of the most critical aspects of well functioning intimate relationship and a mini assessement.

Top 3 Emotional Health Articles of 2023

What is Family of Origin Work?

The role of family of origin issues and functioning, individually and in your relationships.

Addressing the Problem of Feeling Unlovable

Help to understand why people feel badly about themselves, rooted in core belief systems developed a long time ago.

I’m a Therapist. Here’s What Happened on the Day I Met With Both an Arab and a Jew (Dr. Carl R. Nassar, Ph.D., LPC, CIIPTS)

Guest post by a therapist, reflecting on a unique day for him seeing his clients.

50% off all of my digital products through January 2024

An opportunity to improve your emotional health and/or relationships at a deep discount.  I created my “Therapy-At-Home Workbooks” brand to help you “think like a therapist” as you address your areas for desired growth.  Perfect for those on a self-help path interested in education from a licensed and practicing therapist.  Enter the code G4FERDYU at checkout.

Break Your Unhealthy Relationship Patterns

The Marriage Refresher Course Workbook for Couples

The Premarital Counseling Workbook for Couples

Family of Origin: Untangle Your Unhealthy Roots

Free email emotional health or relationship consultations for the first 5 people who submit their questions

If you have been stuck on a particular question related to you or your relationship, this is an opportunity to ask a question for

psychoeducational feedback for more clarity and thoughts on an action plan for you to move forward.  This free offering is for my highest level consultation, the three email exchange, allowing for maximum interaction back and forth.  (Normally $75.)

Go to my Contact form and select “Consultations” under the Reason for Contact drop-down.  Send me your emotional health or relationship question with as much detail as possible and I will respond within two business days.

(Status: 2/5 Free Consultations Remaining) 

Looking ahead…

> May 2024 bring you inner peace, joy and quality connections with the people you care about.

> Put intention into your relationships.  Treat friends, family and lovers as you would like to be treated.

> Put intention into your personal happiness.  Do therapy work if needed to remove any obstacles that hold you back.

> Practice self-care to be able to have the bandwidth to do all of the above.


Lisa Brookes Kift, MFT


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