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Stories We Live By

The Stories We Live By


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Retelling our own life stories that are creative and hopeful rather living as victims and in despair.

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Continuing our discussion about marriage, partnering, and long term friendships. We will discuss children: Having them, disciplining them and letting them go. How about dealing with In-laws and other close and distant relationships. Finally, we... more

In many aspects of our lives we share stories with other human beings and no where is the sharing more intense than in long term commitments such as marriage, partnering and other similar interactions. We will analyze marriage... more

One of the most destructive myths created by the Mental Health Industry states that individuals who repeatedly ingest drugs, including alcohol, various stimulants and others having sedative effects and experience medical problems, behave... more

Fro the past several years I have had the profound experience of working as a psychological consultant in two nursing homes that also contain rehabilitation units. While the physical care provided residents is mostly adequate their... more

A continuation of a discussion of a Humanistic Psychology that sresses an understanding of the experience of being human and the nature of the experiences that shape us as well as the manner in which we come to identify... more

Each of us is an experiencing biological being. It feels like something to be human and these feelings are shared by all of us. At the same time each of us experiences our world in completely unique ways; experiences that cannot be... more

An article By Susan Jacoby in the New York Times about atheism entitled It is Here and It Is Now suggests, among other things, that the absence of an afterlife lends a greater, not a lesser, moral importance to our actions on earth. Tonights... more

Mental illness and Disorders represents a myth that is destructive to individuals and our democratic society as a whole. But if there are no such actual things as mental illnesses then what are they? And if we reject the notion that we, or our... more

In a search for an explanation for the violent slaughter of our fellow citizens and especially for the mass murder of children in their classrooms, various politicians and the gun lobby are searching for a scpaegoat. They have decided that the... more

Our citizens, including children are being inundated with stories of intense unremitting violence. Sadisitic villains who fit the definition of monsters torture, maim and mutilate while creating a justifications for the "good guys" to... more