Tag: psychology

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… Continue 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… Continue 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… 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…… Continue Reading “‘Gifted’ sometimes backfires | Reblog”