#3: When is friendship at its best?

Apologies for the late posting. Avrum has Strep Throat, and is curled up in a ball, waiting for the antibiotics to work their magic.  

This week, Avrum and Lorna discuss friendship, relationship triangles and, naturally, anxiety.  They use stories about Avrum’s early courtship with his wife to illustrate family systems principles.

The visual image of a ghoulish Lorna holed up in a darkened bathroom/recording studio is provided.  

  • When two people can maintain emotional connection but each stay in their own skin.
  • It’s the discipline and the craft of establishing a strong self.

The best time to work on your marriage is... 
Information about Lorna
http://lornahecht.com/lorna-s-approach/#triangles

Shout out to Lorna’s clinical supervisor, Carolyn Jacobs, Ph.D., whose wise words about friendship were paraphrased in this podcast. http://www.socalbowentheory.com/

Bowen, M. (1978). Family therapy in clinical practice. New York: J. Aronson. 
Nadigel, A. (2015). Learning to commit: The best time to work on your marriage is when you're single. International Self-Counsel Press.