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Nightcrawler’s Antihero Lou Bloom: Sociopath Par Excellence

Dan Gilroy’s 2014 thriller Nightcrawler is set in the nocturnal underbelly of Los Angeles. It’s been called a social commentary about […]

Birdman: An Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance

It’s Riggan Thomson’s (Michael Keaton) last act so to speak. “This former cinema superhero is mounting an ambitious Broadway production […]

Getting to Oz: The personal journey home to your true self.

I want to tell you a story. It may be one you know, but it is worth retelling, as it […]

Why Don’t More Victims of Sexual Abuse Come Forward?

This article is a reprint from an article that I recently wrote for The Foundation for Surviving Abuse.  I give an […]

Live Your Gratefulness Out Loud

Gratitude is the thread that weaves our life experiences into a celebration of all that we are and are becoming. […]

Seven Steps to True, Unwavering Happiness

hap·pi·ness ˈhapēnis/  noun: happiness; plural noun: happinesses the state of being happy (content, fulfilled, satisfied, cheerful, jovial, light-hearted or joyful). […]

Nightcrawler’s Antihero Lou Bloom: Sociopath Par Excellence

26 February 2015

Dan Gilroy’s 2014 thriller Nightcrawler is set in the nocturnal underbelly of Los Angeles. It’s been called a social commentary about […]

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Posted in Culture & Society, Film Analysis, Mental Health, Sociopathic personality1 Comment

Birdman: An Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance

08 February 2015

It’s Riggan Thomson’s (Michael Keaton) last act so to speak. “This former cinema superhero is mounting an ambitious Broadway production […]

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Posted in Culture & Society, Film Analysis, In The News, Self-Development1 Comment

Getting to Oz: The personal journey home to your true self.

07 February 2015

I want to tell you a story. It may be one you know, but it is worth retelling, as it […]

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Posted in Authentic Self, Change, Coping & Resilience, Creativity, Dealing with Stress, Decision-making and problem-solving, Enduring hard times, Film Analysis, Personal meaning, Self-actualization, Self-Development0 Comments

Why Don’t More Victims of Sexual Abuse Come Forward?

18 November 2014

This article is a reprint from an article that I recently wrote for The Foundation for Surviving Abuse.  I give an […]

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Posted in Abuse, Culture & Society, Mental Health, Sexual Abuse0 Comments

Live Your Gratefulness Out Loud

11 November 2014

Gratitude is the thread that weaves our life experiences into a celebration of all that we are and are becoming. […]

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Posted in Beliefs, Values, Virtues, Personal meaning, Self-Development, Spirituality, Wisdom0 Comments

Seven Steps to True, Unwavering Happiness

01 October 2014

hap·pi·ness ˈhapēnis/  noun: happiness; plural noun: happinesses the state of being happy (content, fulfilled, satisfied, cheerful, jovial, light-hearted or joyful). […]

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Posted in Authentic Self, Self-actualization, Self-Development, Wisdom0 Comments

No Good Deed: The Malignant Narcissist

16 September 2014

No good deed goes unpunished, especially if a malignant narcissist is on the receiving end of it. This past weekend I […]

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Posted in Men's Issues, Mental Health, Narcissism, Women's Issues0 Comments

Oh, The Places We Can Go

28 August 2014

Steering Life In New Directions “You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer […]

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Posted in Coping & Resilience, Self-actualization, Self-Development8 Comments

The World According to Robin Williams

12 August 2014

Tribute to Mr. Robin William’s Life Jenny (Garp’s Mother): “You know Garp, everybody dies. My parents died. Your father died. […]

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Posted in Bipolar Disorder I and II, Culture & Society, Depression, In The News, Mental Health5 Comments

Could Your Depression and Pain Really Be Fibromyalgia?

15 July 2014

Monica’s Story Since her early 20’s, Monica struggled with reoccurring bouts of flu-like symptoms of extreme fatigue, physical weakness and […]

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Posted in Health & Behavior, Pain Disorders3 Comments

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