Monthly Archive for: ‘4 years ago’

Living in the Garden: What Went Wrong and What Next?

Living in the Garden: What Went Wrong and What Next?

The first couple’s first meeting was so beautiful and so romantic! With such a start, what can possibly go wrong? …

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The New Johari Window #3: Locus of Control

The New Johari Window #3: Locus of Control

For some of us, there is a bias toward the intra-psychic demands and potentials of life. For others, the external demands and potentials hold great sway

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My Hope for Having Children: A True Story of Love, Sacrifice, Faith, Courage and Hope

My Hope for Having Children: A True Story of Love, Sacrifice, Faith, Courage and Hope

Maria Calderon-Romero, Psy.D. My essay is on hope with a focus on the most incredible, yet breath-taking part of my …

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Innovation Without Risk? The Need for Innovation

Innovation Without Risk? The Need for Innovation

The big challenge for companies today is that they need not just AN innovative approach, but to build their organization to sustain a pipeline of new and unique ideas.

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Love Lingers Here: Intimate Enduring Relationships — Essay II: The Couple as a Third Entity

Love Lingers Here: Intimate Enduring Relationships — Essay II: The Couple as a Third Entity

I base my analysis of enduring relationships on a fundamental assumption: a couple is a living, dynamic entity that is something more than just two people living together.

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Love Lingers Here: Intimate Enduring Relationships — Essay I: Couples in Transition

Love Lingers Here: Intimate Enduring Relationships — Essay I: Couples in Transition

Two people do not simply come together and “live happily ever after”. As couples, we are constantly changing and maturing, not just because both individuals in the relationship are changing and maturing, but also because the couple, as a separate third entity, must itself undergo changes.

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Aliens or Alienation: The Commoditized Creature that Walk among Us

Aliens or Alienation: The Commoditized Creature that Walk among Us

Alienation is inherently widespread in capitalist society. This occurs because capitalism necessarily renders not only products but also people and our meanings and relationships into things to be instrumentally exchanged.

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The Role of Culture in Human Development

The Role of Culture in Human Development

We speak admiringly of the “self-made man,” and at times seem to emulate a cult of the individual. However, we did not make ourselves, and even the mind which thinks such thoughts originates and exists in a collective.

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The Neuroscience of Organizational Culture

The Neuroscience of Organizational Culture

Many people experience anxiety and fear often during their day to day work experience, and they want to know what can be done to change a company’s culture and behavior in order to avoid the results of fear and anxiety.

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