Holiday Special: Dysfunctional Families of the Renaissance
Featuring Kari Holman, LCPC, NCC, CCTP-II!
Holidays are a time for family, and sometimes that can bring with it a certain connotation. To help ease you into your trip to visit the in-laws, or prep you for the awkwardness of that uncle who just wants to talk about politics at the dinner table, we've put together a series of stories highlighting Renaissance family dysfunction, so maybe, just maybe, you won't feel like your awkward or unpleasant family encounters are so bad after all!
Kari Holman weighs in with her clinical expertise to help us sort through our Renaissance heroes family dilemmas.
Cesare Borgia: Oh Brother Where Art Thou
Lucrezia Borgia: An Ever Loving Brother
Ippolito d'Este: The One That Got Away
Beatrice d'Este: A Glacial Affair
Alphonso d'Este: The Well Polished Cannon
Caterina Sforza: The New Man of the House
The Bentivoglio: A Family That Kills Together Stays Together
We hope you have safe and saucy holidays!
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