Reason vs. Emotion

Quite interestingly, I often hear from the persons whom I meet in my practice that they make a distinction between reason and emotion. While there are various causes for that, often what comes into play is an idea that we, as human beings, can reason our way through life, while emotions are…somewhat there to sideline […]

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Good and Bad Childhoods

A good childhood can be a precious gift which bears its fruit throughout lifetime while a bad childhood can often mean that we carry a difficult legacy. The School of Life authors explain their take on living your life to the fullest even when you had a bad childhood. School of Life “Good and Bad […]

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Psychology of Depression

Psychology of a Disorder vs. Research and Medically Oriented Disorder Categories Stigma around psychological concerns is declining slowly. “I am depressed,” is one of those sentences that you may be able to say with little worry, even in polite society. (Try saying, “I have schizophrenia” or ,”I suffer from personality disorder”).  Explanation Sometimes I hear it  said […]

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