Dealing With Disappointment—The Personal Side

  • By Yolanda Brailey
  • 06 Apr, 2022
A friend came to me recently and was distraught after a project she had invested blood, sweat, tears and a significant amount of money in failed. We sat on my sofa together and I was mostly quiet…just trying to be present for her and...
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Self-Forgiveness: Bibliotherapy

  • By Arielle Teets
  • 24 Mar, 2022
For any of you book worms, reading can be a great way to learn more and grow emotionally by receiving different perspectives and ways of thinking on difficult topics. This book is just under 70 pages, so an easy read for most people. Oliver...
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  • By Jennifer Hedrick
  • 18 Mar, 2022
Grief is defined as a deep sorrow, especially that caused by someone’s death. We tend to associate grief with the loss of someone, however we can grieve over many things. I knew someone during my undergraduate program when I first started to teach a...
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Why Change is Hard: The Existential Point of View

  • By Tom Daniele
  • 12 Mar, 2022
Existentialism and Existential Psychology are great topics to bring up if you want most people to have their eyes roll back and fall asleep. The existential topics of mortality, change, purpose/meaning, and self-actualization are very difficult to focus on due to their massive implications...
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Divorce Resolutions–The Personal Side

  • By Yolanda Brailey
  • 06 Mar, 2022
“Divorcees are losing the person they have been most connected to their whole life” (The New York Times). This is the grief piece of divorce I spoke about in the practical blog on this subject. Divorce involves loss, grief, loneliness and sometimes shame.
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