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Today I Love The Common Threads

Today I Love The Common Threads

Today I love the common threads that hold us all together. I love that we went to the market this morning and that we met up with Jon Farmer briefly there....
How to Become Truly Smart

How to Become Truly Smart

We all know people who are well-educated but don’t know nuttin’. And we all know people with little formal education who are bright, brainy, maybe even brilliant. Obviously it’s not...

Internet Fantasy as “Repackaged Reality”

In my article Time Out of Mind, (Toronto, Ellen L. K. (2009).  Time Out of Mind: Dissociation in the Virtual World. Psychoanalytic Psychology.  26 (2) 117-133....
Psychology Around the Net: January 18, 2020

Psychology Around the Net: January 18, 2020

This week’s Psychology Around the Net explores how anxiety looks in children, how managers can work with employees dealing with depression, why young girls are struggling more with mental health...
New Year, Same Me

New Year, Same Me

I wrote a post last year about how I wasn’t setting new years resolutions, for many reasons. I still feel the same way. I have goals for my life in general,...
ADHD, A Ready Made Market

ADHD, A Ready Made Market

Those of us with ADHD know much of what we all have in common. Attention control, not so good. Distraction levels, off the chart. Poor working memory, or something like that if I recall correctly....
10 Ways to Take Better Care of Yourself This Winter

10 Ways to Take Better Care of Yourself This Winter

You’ll feel better if you prioritize self-care during the winter.   Self-care is always important Self-care includes all the things we do to maintain or improve our wellbeing....
Expanding Our Vision, Expanding Our Compassion

Expanding Our Vision, Expanding Our Compassion

By Contributor Tamar Vogel, MA, Hebrew University There are many different reasons why people choose to go into the field of psychotherapy, but at the core of the profession lies the goal of reducing suffering....

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