You'll Do Anything Book Series TitlesIn this breakout set of personalized books, the language of relationships is redefined as you read about yourself. Traditional labels are set aside in favor of understanding what you’re thinking and feeling, why you’re the person who gives up yourself to make the relationship work, and why this style of relating isn’t working for you.

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Relationship Perspectives

Breaking the cycle and patterns of a one-person relationship is all about consciously moving into unfamiliar emotional territory. The place to start is by accepting that everyone has needs, feelings, thoughts, preferences, and ideas—including you.

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About the Practice

Maureen E. Hosier, PhD is a licensed clinical psychologist, helping individuals in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles to improve their self-esteem and self confidence in family, workplace, and social relationships. In private practice for the past 23 years, Maureen specializes in repairing the troubled dynamics of partners in a relationship, helping couples in conflict to care about one another’s needs and feelings, and with an additional focus on anxiety, social anxiety, mild depression, situational depression.

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About Maureen

My name is Maureen E. Hosier, PhD. I am a Clinical Psychologist and I currently practice in Los Angeles, California in the village of Brentwood. My career focus has been the study of the psychological forces that underlie the behaviors, feelings, and emotions between people in relationships.

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In this episode we discuss relationship advice topics that include:

  • How we are emotionally triggered and how to deal with an emotionally reactive position.
  • Why it’s important to interrupt your emotional reactions.
  • Understanding that you cannot change the other person in your relationship and so much more.

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Controlling the Emotional Freight Train