- On Fear, Anxiety, and That Sense of Being Overwhelmed: Working Hard to be a Failure
- 22nd Street Road and Rail – the Journey
- Re-Reading Seneca
- Smile and the Whole World Smiles Along
- Fair Fighting Rules
- Enantiodromia – Moving to Extremes
- Depression Could be A Physical Reaction to Stress
- Walk around naked at home? Do you swear? Turns out, you’re probably pretty smart!
- :-) What? Are you stupid or something?
- Circles of Competence
- Laramie34°clear skyhumidity: 58%wind: 7mph SH 29 • L 2861°Fri57°Sat34°Sun51°Mon39°TueWeather from OpenWeatherMap
Monthly Archives: September 2017
I am often asked, “What is fair in the fights my husband and I have?” Let’s face it, every invention of man must carry some rules to help define it. Think of the operating manuals you get with the coffee … Continue reading
Enantiodromia – or, how to play on the see-saw all by yourself. This article examines a number of subjects including Carl Jung’s notion of enantiodromia, cognitive dissonance, with a little Rogerian incongruity thrown in for good measure. As always, let … Continue reading
Some theorists in psychotherapy have long held that depression is choice. To some extent, they are right insofar as attitude is a key determinant to overall mental health and well-being. William Glasser, pictured here, posited that depression could be recast … Continue reading