Listen to Alain de Botton reflect on the benefits of being “kind egoists”. He notes how maintaining a healthy selfishness
Dave offers his reflections about what it’s like to be a psychiatrist disguised as a family therapist. Hint: The language is different, and no medications required
Dave: A good friend and talented colleague in Syracuse, Christine Matteson, a Licensed Creative Arts Therapist and Mental Health Counselor,
Kids instinctively “worry”, that is, feel responsible for their families. Don’t forget that. Children worry about their families. They are trying to help the parents become not only better parents but better people. But their therapeutic methods get diagnosed as mental illness.
We hope you enjoy this rather charming post from The School of Life. The author, Alain de Botton, illustrates how
Dr. Dave on How To Love Your Very Self: He shares his reflections on how we lose our self-love and how to get it back.
In the U.S. today we celebrate the birthday of the great peace activist and spiritual leader Martin Luther King Jr.
Please enjoy this poem from poet Thomas E. Kemp My old whispers are ground into dust, The secrets I held
Dave: Parallel playing is akin to writing poetry, fragments, often disparate, are blended into a collage-like whole. In a real
Dave: There’s no town drunks here we just take turns. Sometimes it seems to me our small universes are made out