Reluctant Therapist

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The Necessity of PAIN

Two things you can bet on: Humans pursue pleasure and avoid pain. Now, keep in mind, pleasure and pain are retaliative to the human; somebody’s pleasure may be another pain. Some people get great pleasure training for and completing a… Continue Reading →

What’s the point?

The other day I was asked, “What’s the point?” Their rather sarcastic question was in response to a suggested (SMALL) step towards a path leading to change. My rather sarcastic response was, “Good question; Now tell me the answer. What’s… 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 →

Time for CHANGE!

On average only 8% of New Years Resolutions are successful. After years of exhaustive research there appears to be a direct correlation between CHANGE and TIME. According to the author, ME, you can put off change but the longer you… Continue Reading →

Confession, Scars and Ghosts

This post started as one thing and ended as another. So I really have no idea of the title. C’est la vie (That’s life) As hard as this may be for some of you to read; I do not have a… Continue Reading →

Do You Care?

Caring – about people, about things, about life – is an act of maturity. Tracy McMillan There is an assumption in polite society that you care. There is danger of assuming everyone cares. Maybe that is the problem. Assuming a majority… Continue Reading →

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