The Cognitive Behavioral theory emphasizes the ability of clients to make changes in their own lives without having to understand why changes occur, but such theories generally demand the client t...
Anger, anxiety, guilt, regret and worry are all perfectly normal emotions. They are our mind's way of telling us that something is wrong and we need to get off our keesters to fix it. As I have sa...
If you speak to a doctor about anxiety or panic attacks two things will come to that doctor's mind: drug therapy and cognitive behaviour therapy. These techniques work like magic - for some people.The...
I hate the turbulence created by depressive thoughts. Depression, yuck, let's change the word "depression" to something more pleasant to the ear. Can we make up a new word for feelings of worthlessn...
Oprah had a show last week about happiness and how to tell if you are happy and how to "get happy". It was interesting and certainly thought provoking. Her expert psychologist was a charming, attrac...
Even though it's probably not something you think about, your mood is a huge factor in your life. Feel bad; you'll do less, be less motivated and create less opportunities to make life better.Thoughts...
Creativity is an important element of our life. Man's evolution from a cave man to the present day modern man, who walks into space, is entirely due to the use of the limitless power of creativ...
It happens. Often.Why?We just secured an interview with Ori Brafman, co-author of Sway: The Irresistible Pull of Irrational Behavior (Doubleday Business, 2008), to discuss our Dark Side (well, he cal...
It happens. Often.Why?We just secured an interview with Ori Brafman, co-author of Sway: The Irresistible Pull of Irrational Behavior (Doubleday Business, 2008), to discuss our Dark Side (well, he call...
The saddest part of family violence and the legal abuse syndrome is the impact on children, both on them and within them. When a child is severed from their protective parenta silent epidemicl...