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Practical Applications of the Mythical Father (The Northwind and the Sun)
Food For Thought Myth remains only stories until we implement avenues by which it can affect our life. The nature of the archetypes call upon the inner workings of our soul to exhibit the polarities of the wicked, the holy, the right, the just, the bad, ugly, and even the good. Notice, just as night…
Practical Parenting: I’m Bored
I think it’s necessary to let kids get bored once in a while – that’s how they learn to be creative. Kim Raver My son recently came to me the other day, telling me, “Pappa, I’m bored.” My heart sank. As a psychotherapist, I know that boredom is the primary way children communicate their feelings…
Happy Wife, Happy Life… Happy Spouse, Happy House
Inspirational Quote Don’t be satisfied with stories, how things have gone with others. Unfold your own myth. Rumi A Depth Psychology Perspective How often do you look at the lives of others and yearn to have what you see? Our obsession with social media and its counterpart, traditional media sources, create mirrors by which many…
Success – Don’t Speak… Just Act…
Inspiration There’s a way to do it better – find it. Thomas A. Edison You can’t build a reputation on what you are going to do. Henry Ford A Father’s Guide to Wisdom Mama once said, “you are what you eat.” Maybe I should have called this one a Mama’s guide to wisdom. But I…
Values… The Foundation of Moral Character
Inspiration There is a fundamental question we all have to face. How are we to live our lives; by what principles and moral values will we be guided and inspired? H. Jackson Brown, Jr. Our character is what we do when we think no one is looking. H. Jackson Brown, Jr. A Father’s Guide to…
Inspiration: Belief… Turning Thought into Action!
What You Feed Your Soul Equates to the Reality We Receive. Dr. Tom Explores Inspiration of Turning Thought into Action
Emotional Integrity: The Psychology Perspective
Dr. Maples explores the concept of emotional integrity and its effect on individual and relationship development.
Screen time and the Communication Breakdown: Does it Have to Be?
Screen Time and Communication Breakdown: exploring the wonderful poem of Richard Thomas
Civility in Social Media: The Lessons We Can Learn From Children
Civility in Social Media: Thank Even Your Critics. At least they paid attention.
Summer Fun with the Boys. It Does Not Need to Break the Bank – Just Show Up
Summer Fun does not need to be expensive. Dr. Tom shows an example of great fun in the backyard that won’t break the bank.
Practical Parenting: Raising a Child in Today’s Technologically Addicted World
Got Devices? Wow, if we break the word de-vice down to its Latin base “de-vitium,” it literally translates to “concerning vice” (defect, crime, etc.). And we wonder why our children are so glued to their “personal device.” Aren’t we all in some way, shape or form glued to some (de)vice or another? As a psychotherapist,…
Practical Parenting: It’s A Small World After All
As a child, I remember watching the nightly news with my grandfather. I can remember the ticking time watch of 60 minutes counting down, as the news anchors would discuss factual events of the day, leaving the commentary for the viewers to work through on their own accord. Back then, it seemed like we were…