Many people walk around in darkness believing that the only way out is to kill themselves. I don’t believe that. In fact, I think suicide takes away choice which may feel more imprisoning than thinking you have no choice in the first place.
Are you walking around with an undertone of fear, anxiety, panic, or nervousness? What do you feel when nothing in general is happening in your life? What’s your balance point or “homeostatic state”?
When an uncomfortable or sad cloud follows you around all the time, it’s hard to enjoy life. Especially because all the decisions you make are based on a foundation of this “uncomfortableness”.
When obsessive and intrusive thoughts won’t go away, what can you do? You might feel better knowing that won’t mean a thing in a 100 years, but if resolving them isn’t that easy for you, then let me take you through a series of steps that break them apart and repackage them in a way that might just help you deal with yours.
When is a bad thing a good thing? When is a good thing bad? How attached are you to outcomes? I tell a quick Zen Buddhist parable that might make you think twice about the stressors in the world today, especially with the heated political climate and growing fears of what might happen next. Not everything is as it appears. [Read more…]
Friendships are created and can last a lifetime, but they can also disintegrate, never to be rekindled. What makes a friendship? How do you know if your friends are truly the ones that will be there with you and for you through all the good and bad times?
In segment 2, I talk about the warning signs and paying attention to patterns of your suspicions about your partner’s behavior, especially if they’ve betrayed you or lied to you in the past.
During the conclusion of the show, I talk a little about trust and how the innocent and naive of us can get scammed or “duped” over and over again in relationships.
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