Posts tagged help
The new and fabulous MysteryShrink site will provide you the opportunity to set up your situation and ask questions of the Psychologist on the Loose. Private dilemmas will be disguised and answered on the site. Or, if your dilemma is promising, you will simply receive a blackmail notice.
LAST TOURIST STANDING
Lesson: Why it’s never a good idea to judge how other people spend their money. And, yes, I was that woman in cargo shorts dragging my luggage (bang, bang, bang) up and down the two-story non-working escalators in the subway. Up and down and up and down. More >
Dateline: Chili’s bar, Little League World Series Final. These kids are great fun.
What was your first thought when seeing the two boys in the pool. Was it, where were their parents? Not that the question is a bad one, just not the only one.t was your level of fear seeing pic? Remember herding sheep in other countries. The swimmers do look a bit younger than the third graders in the situation below.
Relationship Addiction and Anxiety
Dateline: Buying a ticket on American Flight 433 DFW to Mexico City. Yes, I know. I received all your admonitions that I shouldn’t go. See below for explanation.
Calming Your Anxiety by Doing Whatever You Have to Do to Calm the Other Person, a Teeny Bit More on fusion.
Understanding and being able to “feel” the emotional processes of the togetherness force and the individuality force–and working toward balance is only likely to be the most important work of your life. When the togetherness force is unquestionably allowed to More >
Set-up: Part Two of Trip to Marketing. How to Set Yourself Up for Continuous Rejection.
Welcome to your front row seat in the learn-by-voyeurism theater. (See previous entry.) Starting next week, you, too, have the opportunity to share four days of pathologically enthusiastic marketing professionals shouting slogans. (See, I knew the defensive superiority business would come up.) I hope you learn something as I throw myself to the dragons. Now you’re asking why anyone would go her way (even pay big bucks) to find demons? It’s hard enough to feel good about oneself doing what More >
On an afternoon in August, I was mowing the lawn when I ran out of gas. Whew. As if perspiration wasn’t already blinding me. I located the full gas can and returned to the mower in the middle of the back yard. I opened the gasoline hatch and rotated the handle off the can.
Great. The gas can had an opening about four inches in diameter and flat on the top of the vessel and the hatch in the mower was less than an inch across. How was I supposed to do this? The More >
What does this have to do with relationships? What does this have to do with being a happier person?
When we BELIEVE the other person is noticing us for our IMPERFECTIONS, almost any comment they make is taken as CRITICISM.
As more SUCCESSFUL than they are . . .
As more ATTRACTIVE than they are . . .
As more INTELLIGENT than they are . . .
Those people have MORE FUN in life.
Hey, I’m for more fun. But I’m tired and envious just from making the above list. Reading it doesn’t MAKE ME feel refreshed and ready to hit Broadway. What I’m thinking is, “Sheesh, what’s wrong with me More >