About Dr. Ed Reitman
E. Edward Reitman, or “Dr. Ed”, as he is affectionately referred to by many of his patients, has been a practicing clinical psychologist for over 40 years. He has not only maintained a large, successful private practice, but is well known in Houston, Texas (the fourth largest city in the U.S.) As a media personality, he is frequently asked by the major network television stations to comment on the psychological implications and effects of current news events, both on the community and on individuals alike. Click here to read more...


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Recent article from 7/17/2014
Part Two - Always Ask "Where" Questions
I ended my previous article with a promise to explain how asking “where” questions can help repair a broken relationship. So, despite my embarrassment, I’d like to share a personal example which some of you might relate to and which, hopefully will contribute to all of you better understanding what I mean by “where” questions. Some time ago, my wife and I went to our beach house for an extended weekend. The interior had been newly painted, we had installed new rugs, and it felt as though it was totally new. We closed the doors and more or less camped out. For three days things went swimmingly well. To be frank, we were like content slugs. Several days, we never got out of our pajamas. We read, watched TV, ate whatever was in the freezer, and just enjoyed each other’s company. The casualness and the lack of any demands or schedules contributed to making things go swimmingly well. On the fourth day, my wife turned to me and said, “This has been so wonderfully peaceful. It’s what I call a good time.” Click here to read the rest of the article
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