Clinical Psychologist and Author, San Francisco, California
Joshua Coleman is a psychologist in private practice and senior fellow with the Council on Contemporary Families. His books include The Marriage Makeover (2004), The Lazy Husband (2005), When Parents Hurt (2007) and Rules of Estrangement (2021). He lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.
When feeling good about ourselves matters more than filial duty, cutting off our parents comes to seem like a valid choice
Mood and emotion
The painful feelings you avoid grow twisted in the dark. By facing your sorrows and struggles you can take back your life
Love and friendship
The right person
Contemporary wisdom says that happiness is the measure of a marriage. But is that a harmful way of judging relationships?