Dr Tracy Shaw

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Letter From Needing Help

Dear Dr. Shaw:

Throughout my life I have struggled with the issue of my mother’s drinking and it’s impact on my family. I have certainly notice the consequences with my brother because he now too drinks excessively. My family has always avoided using the word alcoholic to describe my mother and her problem and have rather preferred to say my mother lets her liquor get the best of her. I am truly at a lost and need some help clarifying this issue so that I can begin to get help for my family and myself.

Needing Help

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Letter From Angry

Dear Dr. Shaw:

My wife and I have been married for three years. Within recent months, I’ve noticed my anger has been getting the best of me. I find myself screaming, cruising and punching walls. I grew up in a family where there was arguing and a lot of confusion. I don’t want to lose my wife, but she told me if I don’t get some help she’s leaving. I need help now.

Angry

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Letter From Confused

Dear Dr. Shaw:

I am a thirty-year-old single mother of five! I love my children with all my heart but I believe I need more and they deserve more! What I mean is a father figure in the home. Their father is in their lives, but I think they would benefit from a father in the home. I am currently seeing someone and I can honestly say I love this man but at the same time I don’t believe we are looking for the same things out of life! I know he loves me he has shown me in many ways and my children adore him! I guess what I’m saying is how do I let go of someone that I love if they don’t want the same thing (marriage); as I do! Please help out a confused heart!

Confused in LA!

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