Category Archives: Psychology

Being a solid object (Arguably my biggest strength.)

I would like to talk about what I feel is arguably my biggest strength. In trying times remembering the positive can be an excellent way to make use of time. Nearly as far back as I can remember, I’ve frequently … Continue reading

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Risking love, part 3 – the purge

…And so began my quest to purge my emotions and hopefully arrive in a place where I feel more whole, forgiving, and accepting of myself, my limitations, and my dilemma with my girl… My purging journey lasted an entire day … Continue reading

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Risking love, part 2 – the complication

“Once upon a time there was this man, this man that I fell for –who I shared an electricity with.” Months ago and all along the way she warned me: “It was so real and so powerful that I can’t … Continue reading

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The anger dilema

“Give me the check, Vince! I can’t believe that I have a cussing academy award and I have to call YOU back! Again, and again! and again you CUSSUCKER!! GIVE ME THE CHECK!!” “Wow, Seth! You really like to quote … Continue reading

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Home from the hospital

My blog has seen nary a post of late thanks, in part, to my recent glorious experience with a botched appendectomy which resulted in me having to stay in the hospital for over a week. Experiences like hospital visits can … Continue reading

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Grandma’s Teddy Bears

I flew to Southern California last Friday night with my family to celebrate Grandpa’s 90th birthday. Ninety. That’s hecka old! Visiting my grandparent’s home is always a very soothing warm experience. Grandma and Grandpa’s life here grew (just as they … Continue reading

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Automatic Negative Thoughts (ANTS)… Crush them!

A large part of my job entails teaching life improvement skills to kids with emotional and behavioral problems. Recently, I read a book that my friend and colleague, Angela, was so kind to share with our team. The book is … Continue reading

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