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“A Rouge By Any Other Name”

I am so excited to share this with you!!!! I hope you enjoy the article half as much as I do.  This is so big for me. Truly, this is a life changer. Being in Forest and Bluff, I believe, is what gave me the courage to drop my anonymity. I also think that in some woo-woo kind of way that this article is what opened things for me to get the gig with Psychology Today. I cannot thank Eileen, at Forest and Bluff, enough for being so very nice to me. Her review of my blog could not be more glowing. Thank you, Eileen—you made my year!!!

Here is the link to the article. If you can’t open a PDF file I don’t have another way of getting the article to you, sorry.


If you haven’t read my Rudolph piece please do. You don’t want to miss my first attempt at writing a Christmas carol. If I keep up this Christmas carol rewriting I might do a Christmas album next year( If you have you have ever heard my singing voice, you know what a joke that is).

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My name is Tracey, aka La Belette Rouge. I am a psychotherapist and the author of Freudian Sip @ Psychology Today. I blog about psychology, my therapy, dreams, writing, meaning making, home, longing, loss, infertility and other things that delight or inspire me. I try to make deep and elusive psychodynamic concepts accessible and funny. For more information, click here .
These blog posts are informational only and not meant to replace individual psychotherapy, counseling or medical advice. If you are in need of help, reaching out to a professional may help you decide how to proceed or how to find the care you need. For a referral, contact

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