Tag Archives: emotional repression

People want to be right.

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

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Summertime Blues, Loss and Depression

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

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You may not be able to have it all, but you can live without so much fear.

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

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Summertime Emotional Repression

The weather in Portland yesterday got to an uncomfortable 98 degrees. That is approximately 370 degrees Celsius for my readers in Canada (and all the other beautiful parts of the world—Dobar Dan, Bonjour, Hallo, etc.) Nothing speaks to me of … Continue reading

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