I’ve been struggling with my blog. Not for a lack of subjects, but rather for a lack of voice. I’ve been jumpy and unable to concentrate, constantly looking over my metaphorical shoulder to see if I’ve overlooked something more important and urgent than attending to these words. Yet I can’t see anything there beyond a […]
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When I suggest to female friends or clients that they might be gifted they squirm, they get angry, they laugh it away. “Gifted? Moi? I don’t think so!” In itself this is not too much of a surprise. Many clients react to the realization of their giftedness in the same way I did: initial relief, […]
As I prepared to write this post I offered up to Google the search term: “silencing the outer critic”. Google responded with a question: “Did you mean: silencing the inner critic?” This shows how pervasive is the influence of the pop-psych world. So I intend to redress the balance by talking about the original type […]
This is my second post to announce the addition of article ‘reprints’ from Dynamic Living. This time there are only three, but all three are pretty meaty. That means that once again these are much longer than typical posts and cover these topics: Prorexia: a cure for a jaded appetite for life. How to maintain […]
“Know then thyself, presume not God to scan The proper study of mankind is man.” Those words by Alexander Pope were published in 1734. They are part of a poem whose psychological and philosophical content anticipates contemporary ideas of human nature so comprehensively that in some ways it seems extraordinary that we haven’t made greater […]