My Two Cents in the Depression Debate

*Warning* This post might be long. I can’t promise it will all be worth reading, but I can tell you that there are at least two links included that are worthwhile. If I bore you (and I might), skip down and click through to the interesting stuff. Noah Rubinstein of GoodTherapy.org and ModernComments Blog writeContinue reading “My Two Cents in the Depression Debate”

Play Nice or Go Away

The first responsibility of a leader is to define reality. The last is to say thank you. In between, the leader is a servant. —Max DePree The internship program at the Soor Center is my baby. I’m passionate about skills development and about mentoring newbie therapists as they gain experience in their professional lives. IContinue reading “Play Nice or Go Away”

Psychological Triangulation | Reblog

When functional people have something to say, they say it to you. When dysfunctional people have something to say, they may tell someone else instead. This passive-aggressive or manipulative behaviour is the bane of relationships. Read about triangulation here  

The Reality of Anxiety

Carlos Whittaker is new to me – a blogger I was introduced to a few months back by another of my fave peeps who also follows his blog, RagamuffinSoul. Carlos is a “faither” honest, sometimes raw, but seems (so far) to be authentic. The kind of person whose self comes through the words in every post.Continue reading “The Reality of Anxiety”

‘Gifted’ sometimes backfires | Reblog

“My child is gifted. He’s also 29, unemployed, and living in my basement” | The Matt Walsh Blog. Pointed truth. Give me ‘character’ over ‘gifted’ any day. If the two happen to come together, we can expect exploits and accomplishments a la Felix Baumgartner… Chris Hadfield… Richard Branson… Whoopi Goldberg… Temple Grandin… Imagine. Sometimes, parentingContinue reading “‘Gifted’ sometimes backfires | Reblog”