Why do we dedicate ourselves to making ourselves more miserable? Insight from Dr. Albert Ellis, a widely celebrated psychologist and one of the first cognitive behavioral theorists, as well as a spiritual point of view.
Three examples of advice about going lightly on oneself and others. Sometimes we have to examine the rigid patterns that our stories of ourselves have us locked into, and deviate somewhat.
This video is my new favorite to show people. I love the message of both personal responsibility and positive outlook. It is amusing, informative and cheerful. Please watch.
The little known feature discussion of psychotherapy: what motivates non-productive behavior. We call this secondary gains.
This is a full explanation of the One Minute Healing or PAWS Technique. Hope you enjoy!
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If I allow the wind to blow and do not fight it, I am carried. Being passive and going where it will is a huge relief and healing for a person who controls too much.
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The ultimate healing stance for anxiety is not relaxation as many think. It is openness, which is the emotional and cognitive flexibility to receive and utilize new data, no matter what. This video explains why it is one of the five attitudes of healers, and perhaps the most important of them all.
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