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Feature Article: "Trust Only Love"
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Marty L. Cooper, MFT

(415) 937-1620


4831 Geary Blvd.

San Francisco, CA 94118





July 2016                     Vol. 8, Issue 6    


Here's another article published at Psyched in SF's blog at the Huffington Post, called "Trust Only Love".  More than anything, it's meant as an experiment:  i.e., what happens if we only use Love as the metric for what to trust, for what to believe in, and nothing else?  Particularly in this day and age, when ten people will have fourteen opinions, it's a big problem knowing what to trust, and what to steer our lives by.  So here's a restatement of an age-old answer.
Best wishes,
(P.S.  You can find many of my newsletters, and some articles not posted from Tame Your Mood, at the Psyched in SF site, found HERE.)  
"Trust only Love" 
(4 minute read)
This article was published at the Huffington Post (on the Psyched in SF blog), focusing on the question of what happens if we only trust Love, and how "trusting" is different than "hearing".  It's meant as a quick sketch of the terrain, and idea that is certainly not new, but nonetheless remains as radical as when proposed by any of the greats.

Click HERE for the article.
My Book is Available:

Anxiety and Depression:  42 Essays on Overcoming the Wild Moods

My book,

Anxiety and Depression:  42 Essays on Overcoming the Wild Moods (2011), is for sale as a paperback or Kindle.


It is a collection of short essays, focusing on the challenge of managing, and ultimately, uprooting depression and anxiety.  You can find a few sample articles here, and can purchase the book on Amazon here.

Archive of Past Newsletters
     All past issues of Tame Your Mood can be found here.
Audio Recordings
     Various audio recordings can be found here, including audio
     readings of past newsletters. 
About Marty

I am a San Francisco psychotherapist who helps individuals struggling with anxiety and depression to not only manage these  "wild moods," but eventually learn how to overcome them.  I work comprehensively with mental, emotional, bodily, and spiritual dimensions of anxiety and depression, all of which are necessary to overcome the chronic quality of anxiety and depression.

If you are interested in exploring working together in psychotherapy, please contact me at:


(415) 937-1620,