I was thinking about the work I do and it occurred to me that people who go into therapy usually have no idea how hard it is. As a therapist, I ask my clients to delve into their most painful [...]
This past weekend Berlin was transformed into a public memorial to commemorate the 25th anniversary since the wall came down. An incredible 15km installation was erected along the footprint where [...]
British psychologist Dr Helen Penny shares valauable insight into parenting. Guess what? It all starts with self love!
This week’s guest contributor is Dr Helen Penny, a clinical psychologist and mother of two. She runs a facebook page called 101Mothers which is all about “Collecting and sharing [...]
Guest contributor Adam “King Joo” Lifshitz shares his views on relationships. The key, he says, is self-esteem.
The importance of self-esteem in relationships (firs published on 3 July 2009 at 17:33 on Adam’s Facebook profile) Truth unfolds, I’ve been sitting here for days attempting to structure my [...]
You might think that the title of this post is crazy and how could anyone be thankful for the disgusting and down right abusive actions of individuals who have made threatening remarks on the [...]
Watch Emma Watson give an empowered speech on feminism. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/celebritynews/11112411/Emma-Watson-Being-a-feminist-doesnt-make-me-man-hating.html And here are some [...]
On Monday I came across this blog post written by Josh Ellis. I usually don’t read beyond the first paragraph of most of what is shared on my social media feeds these days. Online content is [...]
1. What makes you a great husband/wife? KONE > Everyday I wake up and try again. And press repeat until a gentle consistency arises. I promised to make my wife laugh everyday – when she [...]
When it comes to subtle, I might not be the best person to ask. I put the B in subtle, to be honest. Mostly this has something to do with my bubbly and over-eager personality but also I’m just [...]
So I think above anything else that I talk about in my daily professional life, I talk about feelings. Feelings/emotions/affects are really the bread and butter of a psychologist. Without them, [...]
I discovered Dorothy Parker quite by accident. It all started with the biography drama Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle, which I watched with my parents on our black and white TV as a teenager. [...]