Anxiety and depression each have their own dominant philosophy. When we are anxious, we suffer the extreme that everything matters; when we are depressed, we suffer the extreme that nothing matters.
We do not just attend to people and events in discrete blocks of time. Relating is more like a wave, moving between times of peak presence, and times of distance, like breathing in and out.
As humans, we are mixed beings. Half of us likes security, and half adventure. If we find ourselves clinging to security too much, there are a few things we can do to help ourselves accept change.
Five reasons why seeing through a project can be so difficult, plus some suggestions to work on.
Life isn’t simple, and sometime the same person, object or situation can make us both happy and unhappy.
Anger has some quite mechanical causes. We can be honest with ourselves, and trace it to its roots in our mental process.