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There are those who put a lot of stock in birth order in determining a person’s psychological development. Austrian psychiatrist Alfred Adler (1870-1937) was one of the first in his field to suggest that birth order played a determinative role in how one approached friendships, love, and work. 986 more words


CBT and Spirituality

We have a friend who is the pastor of a church in Absarokee, Montana. My impression is that she frequently talks about theories of counseling and psychotherapy . 744 more words

Counseling And Psychotherapy Theory And Practice

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

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. 608 more words

Book Reviews

Thought for Today

“Follow your heart but take your brain with you.”

Alfred Adler

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Thought For Today

Vision Overcomes Hardship in ‘Man's Search for Meaning’ by Viktor E. Frankl

Man’s Search for Meaning introduced me to the writing of Viktor E. Frankl, a 20th century psychiatrist and holocaust survivor. In the mood for seeking larger meaning, vision, and an inspiration for a recent testimonial for overcoming adversity with psychological strength, I was drawn to… 495 more words


Courage to be Disliked

I just finished reading the last chapter of this book after flipping the first page two days ago. Considering that I normally take a month to read a book (just because skimming through is not my expertise), this book is easy to read and has a gripping story. 324 more words