The best book about family dysfunction.
Whitney answers your questions about family dysfunction.
We repeat what we have experienced because it's what we know. Once we're able to see what we want to change, healing is possible.
There are going to be people who disrespect you and violate your boundaries despite your best efforts to treat them with kindness.
Every family needs healthy boundaries.
In the most dysfunctional families, members have deeply entrenched roles and they play them well.
How to work on family dysfunction in therapy.
Whitney and Elizabeth chat about relationships with in-laws.
Every family has a little bit of dysfunction.
What to say when you're headed for more dysfunction.
Take a moment to reflect on what you learned from your family that you want to continue and what you'd like to leave behind.
Families fall along a spectrum. They all have dysfunction - but some are much better at managing it than others.
Whitney answers your questions.
There is a profound loneliness in being the one who recognizes the dysfunction in a family.
Dysfunctional families follow these four rules.
Dysfunctional families tend to have one thing in common: they pretend. But is all pretending really that bad?
How to start family therapy.
Whitney and Holly discuss how substance use impacts families.
They love to pretend.
How to understand your family's unique level of dysfunction.
Can you relate?
Your family is pretty dysfunctional and you want to bring it up, here’s how.