Consider the implications of the natural shifts in the earth’s magnetic field. Some of us might react with doomsday-type fears; others may simply be curious.
Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life Articles in 2012, Page 13
Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life published the following articles in 2012.
Prior to the technology explosion, people within generations used popular cultural touchstones as a way to share and relate to one another. With current entertainment so diversified, what was once used to connect us may now serve to divide.
Most of us have found ourselves having to answer when what we’ve said in confidence goes public. Here’s a simple way to stop the problem in its tracks.
Many people enjoy a healthy and sometimes rewarding or even fulfilling relationship with work. For some others, though — especially for some problem personality types — work is more than literally a four-letter word, especially when it benefits someone else.
In our hustle and bustle lifestyle, we often forget about the necessity of quiet and serenity. Without them, we can lose our imagination, our focus and our relationship skills.
Analytic psychotherapy has changed and developed since the time of Freud, with increasing emphasis on the therapeutic relationship. A recent survey of my former patients — seen over a period spanning five decades — highlights 9 particular ingredients that help place the relationship at the heart of successful therapy.
In the search for what makes change possible, I’ve found that being comfortable with mistakes is key to correcting them.