Writer Delia Ephron, who co-wrote the screenplay for several iconic American films, including Sleepless in Seattle, tells her heart-warming story of
Dave: A colleague sent this quotation with image. I liked it but I think it was because she was referring
Happy Mother’s Day To All Our Readers Here’s something I received from my good friend Elaine
The idea of being “ruthless” sounds jarring at first, until we realize how it’s an essential ingredient in healthy living, both personally and professionally. It speaks to how we maintain our integrity in the face of demands for conformity.
Listen to Alain de Botton reflect on the benefits of being “kind egoists”. He notes how maintaining a healthy selfishness
Therapists tend to be good at being kind and patient with difficult people and they know how to put up with their patients’ demanding and outrageous behavior. Too often the demand for good manners persuades therapists to compromise their integrity in the attempt to maintain the relationship and to make their patients feel worthwhile. But compromising integrity interferes with the effectiveness of therapeutic work.
Dave: A good friend and talented colleague in Syracuse, Christine Matteson, a Licensed Creative Arts Therapist and Mental Health Counselor,
To be a parent is to know worry. There’s no escaping it, and there’s really no cure for it. As my blogging buddy David Keith says, “If you can’t stand guilt don’t become a parent.”
We hope you enjoy this rather charming post from The School of Life. The author, Alain de Botton, illustrates how
Please enjoy this poem by one of my favorite poets, Billy Collins: Purity My favourite time to write is in