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Alfred Adler was a psychiatrist who developed the concept that birth order may have something to do with the way a personality develops. One thing he may have forgotten to explore was how the sibling’s age differential plays into it as well. 809 more words


Re-inventing the sabbath

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The point of this post is to call attention to the possibility and ramifications of observing a weekly sabbath. By this word, lower case, I mean a day of rest in which the “religion” is non-activity, or no compulsive activities, rather than anything involving work or other gods or religious institutions, yoga salons perhaps included. 2,774 more words


Alfred Adler

Do not be afraid of making mistakes,  for there is no other way of learning how to live!

Alfred Adler

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The only normal people are the ones you don’t know very well.

—Alfred Adler

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Secrets of the Miracle Question

This is a re-post from the American Counseling Association Blog.

You might want to sit down because this could take a while.

Developed in the 1970s by Insoo Kim Berg and Steven de Shazer, the miracle question has become a very popular therapy intervention. 912 more words

Counseling And Psychotherapy Theory And Practice

Vina, „bat-o vina”!

“Caracteristica vinovaților este neliniștea.”

– Seneca

     Abaterea de la ceea ce este considerat a fi drept, bun se definește ca vină, ea se hotărăște în justiție, implicând și pedeapsa respectivă. 2,531 more words


Life Ain't Always Beautiful

 Life is a continual battle of success, failure, happiness, unhappiness.  We can definitely say that our struggles make us stronger and the changes we endure make us wiser.   44 more words