As a young actor in the 1960s, Michael Caine was sitting across from Frank Sinatra in a private plane on a flight to Las Vegas when, overwhelmed by the moment, he suddenly became tongue-tied and speechless. Sinatra said, “Mikey, what’s up? You scared of flying?” Caine, who … [Read more...] about Feeling Like a Fraud or an Imposter?
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Our emotional wellbeing is usually related to the degree to which we’re connected to (or disconnected from) our best self. We can support and enhance our personal mental health by seeing our emotional and behavioral problems in the light of connection and … [Read more...] about Connecting With Our Best Self
Protectors of democracy, look deeper into the unconscious mind if you want to eliminate the alternative facts now contaminating public discourse. We need to uncover and understand the inner conflict that makes our psyche a breeding ground for perversions of truth, as well … [Read more...] about The Appeal of Alternative Facts
The women’s revolution has stalled, in part because of psychological barriers women impose on themselves, writes Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg in her book, Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead (Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 2013). These psychological barriers “are … [Read more...] about Aspects of Women’s Empowerment (Part II)