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She found it hard to stay.

She left.

She lost what some would call ‘the way.’

Finding homes in those also run away.

Anywhere this one could call a home, 107 more words

Travel & Work

Three Approaches in Clinical Psychology

As an administrative manager for Maryland Nonprofits, Melissa Burch Harton supported the operation of charitable organizations across Baltimore. Prior to leaving her position to focus on raising her young daughters, Melissa Harton earned a master’s degree in clinical psychology from Loyola University. 174 more words

Here's how your thinking might be flawed...

As we all know, most of our thoughts and reactions are automatic. Think of all the times when you’re watching TV and your mind randomly drifts into that project you haven’t finished at work, or think of when you instantly get annoyed at that driver who isn’t moving when the traffic light turns green. 1,220 more words


How things look isn't how they feel

I have a recurring vision. I’m driving to my cottage in my 1970s Porsche 911. My trusty golden retriever is in the passenger seat. I get there and grab a glass of wine. 184 more words

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Is life after 75 worth living? This UPenn scholar doubts it.

What makes a life worth living as you grow older?

by Mike Colagrossi
  • Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel revisits his essay on wanting to die at 75 years old.
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(EF27) Tomorrow Comes Today

(EF27) Tomorrow Comes Today
Evolve Faster: We should find and accept our current best self instead of searching for it in the past or future.

The Highly Sensitive Person: How To Thrive When The World Overwhelms You - Elaine N. Aron, Ph.D.

An explanation of sensory processing sensitivity, a temperament/personality trait

In this book, Dr Aron identifies and explains what sensory processing sensitivity (a highly sensitive person) means and what it looks like in the people who have this trait. 618 more words