Reluctant Therapist

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perception

Wrong Time-Zone

Heads up! This post is about time and anxiety. The two are partners in crime. My evil plan 😈  is  to  give you a different way to think about anxiety. By doing so, you will change it. Yes. I am… Continue Reading →

You are the GATEKEEPER

I live in a world of takers. What is a taker? They are the ones that take my energy, both physical and mental. Physical takers are best known as “the Grind.” Anyone that works at the numerous tasks required to… Continue Reading →

What dooo you Believe?

be·lief  an acceptance that a statement is true or that something exists. 2. trust, faith, or confidence in someone or something. [poll id=”10″] Followup question: Are these core beliefs apparent to others?  If not, they’re NOT core. Belief is the state of… Continue Reading →

Do U C what I C?

Let’s say a fruit is sitting on the table. We both see it, but your brain sees an apple and mine sees a plum. [poll id=”9″] Quantum physics, and particularly Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle, says that as our perception of an… Continue Reading →

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