ShareAs the founder of Causism, see definition in the next paragraph, I was very recently introduced to Inner Critic. To say I was surprised at what I read is putting it mildly because I have been researching this same area for well over 50 years and the 50 is not a misprint or typo. As the work unfolded, revealing its incredible truths, I became quite a missionary about it, hence all these...Lear More
ShareDepression is arguably the single most common malady affecting society today. Like the common cold, it affects young and old, rich and poor, blue-collar workers and white-collar workers, labourers and executives and colour or creed is no barrier; all are depression’s potential victims.
In medicine, Depression has various classifications that are given specific names, such as Post...Lear More
ShareThe genus of this article was a recent conversation with Sherrie Hatfield during which the subject of life’s pleasures and specifically pleasure moments came up. I do not remember specifically what prompted me to voice it but I said, “You cannot address pleasure moments as an item in a session.” The simplistic explanation of why this is the case, so impressed Sherrie that she insisted...Lear More
ShareIn today’s modern world, addiction can take on many different guises. While most people are familiar with addictions to substances such as illegal drugs, alcohol, nicotine and gambling, it is also possible to become addicted to prescription medication, food, sex, shopping, spending, television, and even the internet.
Whatever the addiction, the symptoms and behaviours that result from...Lear More
ShareFeelings control our lives, they control what we say or don’t say, also what we do or don’t do. Feelings also affect our attitudes and all decisions we make, so they are very important to our lives. Hence, we need to know more about them. Feelings can be positive or negative (unwanted), and constructive or destructive. Herein lies the key to finding happiness and success in the various...Lear More