Archive for August, 2019

August 24

Aging Mindfully (Personal side)

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Artwork by Alexi BerryClick on it and watch it age…

Since I have a day or two before the semester starts, I wanted to write a little more personally about aging. The topic has hit me hard lately (and by lately I mean the last two years). But in researching the article I saw something I wrote 3 years ago (to the month!) and I was already complaining.

In the last two years though, my age has become more evident. Labor Day weekend two years ago I pinched a nerve, and haven’t had feeling in part of my hand, along with a weaker grip and weaker …

August 23

Review- The State of Affairs: Rethinking Infidelity

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It took me a while to read this book. I picked it up because of someone’s recommendation, and being a therapist I thought I might find it helpful. I read about 70 pages or so (of 301) and put it aside for a good while whilst I wrestled with other books. Suddenly I got an influx of clients who were dealing with infidelity, and I quickly went through the remainder.

I had heard of Ester Perel from her TED Talk on “Mating in Captivity” (also a book of hers). I enjoyed the first portion of the book, and felt it did a good job relating what both the betrayed and betrayer (for …

August 18

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Artwork by Alexi Berry Artwork by Alexi Berry

Aging can be difficult and is wrought by unconscious forces.

Read why here.

And click on the pic below to see the gif!

Artwork by Alexi Berry Artwork by Alexi Berry