Tag Archives: psychobiospiritual

Ask the deeper questions

A flood of questions follows horrifying actions like the Boston Marathon bombing. Who is to blame? How did it happen? Why? Could we have stopped it? Can we keep it from happening again? We analyze each incident with an excruciatingly … Continue reading

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Should We Look Before the Fact?

It happens to all of us. We think we’re just about to find what we’re looking for, and instead, Poof!, it eludes us again. It’s hard for all of us to give up the direction we’ve picked to look a … Continue reading

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To do, or not to do?

It started in high school. I began accumulating books about what to do. Five Things You Can Do to Get into The Right College; Three Steps to a Great Complexion; Four Techniques to Build Confidence; Ten Secrets of Women Who … Continue reading

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Why do smart people do stupid things?

It never stops. We are shocked or outraged to discover that someone we respected who “should have known better” engaged in stupid, self-destructive, dysfunctional behavior that was bound to be revealed. And we ask ourselves, once it is revealed, “What … Continue reading

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Hope for an end to PTSD

Over the Memorial Day weekend, much of our attention was directed to the plight of returning Veterans who suffer debilitating psychological wounds.  Many more servicemen have been lost to suicide than lost in combat. The system is overwhelmed by Post … Continue reading

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