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Adler: The Neurotic

“The neurotic is nailed to the cross of his fiction.”

Alfred Adler

Congressional Baseball: The Psychology of Doing Good, Part II

**My apologies for the re-post. I’m either having some user incompetence or technical gremlins on this end.

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The evening after the shooting at the republican congressional baseball team’s practice, Mike Doyle, D-PA was standing beside Joe Barton, R-TX. 964 more words

Counseling And Psychotherapy Theory And Practice

Congressional Baseball . . . and the Psychology of Doing Good, Part II

The evening after the shooting at the republican congressional baseball team’s practice, Mike Doyle, D-PA was standing beside Joe Barton, R-TX. In a PBS News Hour interview, Barton was describing the support he and his fellow republicans had received from Doyle and the democrats. 941 more words

Counseling And Psychotherapy Theory And Practice

The Psychology of Doing Good

At this point in history, it seems especially important to contemplate the psychology of doing good things in the world. I could have said this last month; and next month will doubtless be the same. 1,364 more words

Counseling And Psychotherapy Theory And Practice

What Life Could Mean to You - A Book Review

Had Alfred Adler’s What Life Could Mean To You taken on the meaning of life, I would call his stance an eloquent and attractive cop-out. However, this book does not question the very fabric our being (like Edward O. 596 more words

Psychology

Could Your Disadvantage Be Working In Your Favour?

At the start of the 20th Century, Alfred Adler suggested the counterintuitive Theory of Compensation. His thesis was that disadvantages can often work to our advantage because they develop within us attitudes, strengths and abilities that would otherwise not appear. 505 more words

Church

Learn, Make Mistakes, Learn How To Live.

“What do you first do when you learn to swim? You make mistakes, do you not? And what happens? You make other mistakes, and when you have made all the mistakes you possibly can without drowning – and some of them many times over – what do you find? 35 more words

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