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Tag Archives: psychology
Ram Dass said, “Treat everyone you meet like God in drag.” On my last blog post I linked this phrase with the Transactional Analysis concept of operating from your internal Adult, Parent, or Child. Although this way of looking at … Continue reading
I have a friendship, like most friendships, where I feel uncertain of its nature. Though it is quite a good friendship, in some ways, there are serious downsides. Ram Das said, “Treat everyone you meet like God in drag.” Well, … Continue reading
How do you define a successful relationship? Is it simply the fact that it is currently standing the test of time? Is it possible that a relationship can end and still be a success? In fact, that’s exactly how my … Continue reading
If you’re dating in mid-life, you may notice that it’s a very different experience than dating when you were a teenager or young adult. The game has changed. At mid-life, many folks become more discerning (and more cynical) as they … Continue reading
I went to a training and learned the simple yet powerful phrase, “Whatever you resist, persists.” That training was thirty years ago, yet the idea and understanding in that pithy phrase never left me. I have thought of it many … Continue reading
“How do you do a don’t?” asked a young friend of mine. Great question. Often when you want to change a behavior, you identify what you don’t want to do, and that’s a good starting point. However, though it is important to … Continue reading