Hopeless romantics are frequently daydreamers, idealists, and poets—distinguished for their spirited passion and steady optimism. But another kind of hopeless romantic is stalled in lonely wretchedness. Painful hopelessness stalks many people who, feeling unlucky in love, are … [Read more...] about Are You Hopeless of Ever Finding Love?
Young children from six or seven years of age can be helped and inspired by the knowledge of depth psychology. Of course, it’s best presented to them in simple language. Some basic thoughts and ideas are offered here concerning what young children can understand and learn … [Read more...] about Words to Enlighten Younger Children
Psychotherapy can be very helpful—and, in some cases, essential—for success, self-fulfillment, and future happiness. But it can also be a waste of time and money if you don’t have a good therapist. Regretfully, a majority of psychotherapists practice superficial methods that … [Read more...] about How to Recognize Good Psychotherapy
I cringe at the childishness of modern psychology. In trying to solve our emotional problems, it offers us kindergarten-level information. If computer science were performing at this level, we’d all be using learning laptops for children. I found this article at the Psychology … [Read more...] about Defeating the Inner Bully
Many millions of people frequently experience themselves in a pronounced state of unreality, in what can be described as an out-of-body, vague, dreamlike mental-emotional condition. This affliction—known as depersonalization—gets little attention in the media. Yet it is, in … [Read more...] about When Life Becomes Unreal and Dreamlike