Monthly Archive for: ‘sometime’

Leading into the Future III: From the Pendulum to the Fire

Leading into the Future III: From the Pendulum to the Fire

This essay concerns a critical concept as we prepare to lead into the future: the changes we are now experiencing are not reversible.

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The New Johari Window III: Interpersonal Relationships and the Locus of Control

The New Johari Window III: Interpersonal Relationships and the Locus of Control

Many years ago, Sigmund Freud discovered (or did he invent?) the Ego. Freud had already discovered that the human psyche …

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An Appreciative Approach to Organizational Consultation I: What’s in the Straw?

An Appreciative Approach to Organizational Consultation I: What’s in the Straw?

We build our model of organizational consulting on the foundation of a strongly held tenant regarding the appreciation of human capital in contemporary organizations.

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LOVE LINGERS HERE: INTIMATE ENDURING RELATIONSHIPS III. THE MYTHS AND REALITY OF ENDURING RELATIONSHIPS (THE STORIES WE ARE TOLD)

LOVE LINGERS HERE: INTIMATE ENDURING RELATIONSHIPS III. THE MYTHS AND REALITY OF ENDURING RELATIONSHIPS (THE STORIES WE ARE TOLD)

We must first look at the history of relationships in our contemporary societies and, more specifically, on the dominant personal and collective myths we cling to about intimacy and enduring relationships.

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The Four Assumptive Worlds of Psychopathology IIIA: The World of Inappropriate or Blocked Distribution of Bodily Energy, Fluids or Functions

The Four Assumptive Worlds of Psychopathology IIIA: The World of Inappropriate or Blocked Distribution of Bodily Energy, Fluids or Functions

I turn first to European perspectives and the early “medically” oriented assessments of psychopathy— an assessment of bodily fluids and their flow (or blocked flow) in the human body. My attention then shifts to nonwestern (primarily Asian) perspectives. These perspectives tend to be highly interdisciplinary, with a mixture of disciplines: philosophy, religion, culture, medicine and psychology.

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Alignment of Mind, Body and Soul

Alignment of Mind, Body and Soul

I believe that psychology and psychiatry have gone needlessly far afield in their search for the causes and cures of psychological pain.

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Stress: A Healthcare Challenge

Stress: A Healthcare Challenge

The cliff analogy can be used to examine many different health issues, and this paper will examine stress as a heath issue using the four levels of cliff analogy.

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Pathways to Sleep II: How Do We “Manage” Sleep?

Pathways to Sleep II: How Do We “Manage” Sleep?

There is a paradox embedded in the question being asked in this essay: how do we “manage” sleep? We all …

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Raising a Difficult Child to Success: Infancy–Temperament and Attachment

Raising a Difficult Child to Success: Infancy–Temperament and Attachment

The “goodness of fit” between parent(s) and child is perhaps one of the most vital aspects of successfully raising a child.

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Instinct, Learning, and Emotion

Instinct, Learning, and Emotion

We humans often like to think of ourselves as superior beings functioning from our superior intellects (as opposed to the …

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