This post explores the necessity of defining priorities when setting goals and making decisions. Decision-making should be done by evaluating highest-priority goals and making choices that move us towards those goals.
This post compares the personality trait of authoritarianism to the schema Punitiveness and offers useful tips for dealing with the schema of Punitiveness.
This post explores the concept of resiliency and how obstacles and difficulties can actually act as catalysts for increasing resiliency and growth.
This post explores Solution Focused Therapy and how to look for a solution by looking at the exceptions to a problem, or by focusing on when the problem does not occur.
This post explores the concept of resiliency by considering the fact that an Orchid often blooms by being stimulated by unfavorable conditions. Resiliency often produces growth in individuals, especially when brought about by difficult situations.
This post explores the impact of not receiving validation from those close to us. This post also includes steps to take to increase likeliness of receiving and giving validation.
This post explores the origins of the concept of anxiety and how it may be experienced in modern times. This post includes 5 techniques to practice to lessen and control anxious symptoms.
This post defines schema and explores Schema Therapy and the impact of schema and narrative on how we practice owning our stories.
This post explores problematic screen usage (PSU) and screen addiction in children and adolescents. This post also provides tips to parents for limiting screen usage by their children. This post interacts with content from the documentary The Social Dilemma and concerns about internet marketing strategies.
This post explores disassociation in relation to previous traumatic experiences and provides theory for reintegrating parts of an individual’s experience in order for healing to occur.
This post explores the potential to blame others when we are not intentional about differentiating between our own expectations and the perception of unfairness and fairness in actions of others.