Reluctant Therapist

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It’s My Nature

As many of you know, I am a reluctant therapist. My reluctance? There are a couple of reasons: X-military career guy that was injured, retired, and diverted to the seminary.  Unemployed educated guy with a pregnant wife who got a job… Continue Reading →

Not Done but DO That Matters

As a therapist people think I judge right (normal) and wrong ( abnormal) behavior and decide what people should DO. It would be nice if the only problem was people not knowing right from wrong, but they DO. No, the… Continue Reading →

An Audio “Caution” for you

This is a few random chapters from a book I wrote last year   Caution: The Choice is Yours by Bryan Lindberg is an inspirational and motivational book that reiterates the power of choice in our lives. The three types… Continue Reading →

It’s About time

I was told I should change the title and give an example. This is the revised post with example. I am glad to see more than one person follows my blog. There is an advantage to listening to hundreds of… Continue Reading →

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