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Has Facebook Changed People?

How time flies. Four years ago, I was introduced to this kind of social networking. But when I first used it, I was a little bit confused on how this social media platform works. 531 more words

Bonz Magsambol

"Nice is different than good."

Many of us have experienced the joy of seeing Stephen Sondheim’s Into the Woods come to life in theaters this December. The beauty of the musical lies, in part, in its treatment of the human condition with such subtlety, humor, and honesty. 1,068 more words

Self-Disclosure

Blogging 101: Rip Van Winkle's Neighbor Strikes A Nerve

Blogging 101: Be Inspired by the Neighbors

Today’s Task: Write a post that builds on one of the comments I left on other sites yesterday. Then link it to the other blog. 396 more words

Blogging 101

Part 1.5 - A Late Beginning. And Introduction.

So, I started off the first post of my blog series by diving right into my day. However, I didn’t really touch on the impulse behind this blog series and the goals that I hope to achieve in the process. 616 more words

Self-Disclosure

Day 731: Small change

I think a lot about change because

  1. I’m a psychotherapist (so change is my business),
  2. three years ago, I was hired at a large Primary Care Practice of a major Boston teaching hospital to be a “Change Agent” (introducing more group work and more in-the-moment responsiveness to patients in emotional distress),
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Personal Growth

It is rare that I enter anyone’s  house or office that I don’t immediately glance at the bookcase or the magazines on end tables. It’s a habit in homes and offices where I don’t know the people.

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Reflections

Icebreaker: My Embarrassing, Secret Major in Undergrad

One of the glittering lures of this venture we call web logging is the window it provides into the blogger’s deep, dark, perhaps entirely hithertofore undisclosed secrets of said logger’s past. 311 more words