Author Archives: Therapyisdandy
Therapy is still quite dandy here in Portland Oregon, but I know the blog has been quiet for some time. Hope you are doing all right where ever you are reading this from. So, I have been rather preoccupied with … Continue reading
Therapy can be hard. I know I haven’t posted a lot recently, but it’s because therapy can be really hard. I mean the kind of hard that makes you hate it. It can make you hate yourself, hate your therapist, … Continue reading
As in it gives you increased flexibility, endurance, and strength. It’s really quite that simple. When our bodies lose flexibility, strength or endurance, we tend to want to do something about that. Some loss happens with age, but exercise can … Continue reading
Flexibility is the new strength. Mindfulness and meditation are not optional; they are the price of admission.
The Therapy is Dandy Guide to Having a Parent for a Narcissist. Chapter 25. This is the blog where I tell you nothing is free. If you want to improve your relationship to your own feelings and your relationship to … Continue reading
I know, I know. I hate the title of this one too. The good news is that after this post, you will see much less of a mopey attitude. Promise. Today’s enemy, today’s sermon, today’s you-get-points-for-just-reading, is all about unexpressed … Continue reading
Another it’s-summer-and-the–heat-makes-me-cranky post, but this one involves Epicurus who, if you didn’t already know, is probably your favorite ancient Greek philosopher. Epicurus’s philosophical and life focus was regarding happiness. What it is, what it is not, and how we can … Continue reading