Ok, let me count how many persons I’ve met today, on the suburbian parisian transportation, who practice cognitive avoidance … 1, the lady in the corner, listening to mp3, perhaps reading her telephone, … oups reading a phone? then 2, … Continue reading Let’s Talk About Avoidance in Anxiety
For those out there who are slightly moody, and bipolar, …try this 🙂 Today not only in California, but also in the eastern Parisian area, weather is really into spring time. Rainy, sunny, windy, rainy again .. not so cold, not warm yet, but most important, I finally did my Spring Time cleaning. And so my quite old and proud bycicle is on the courtyard. No, not ready to go, but to leave (in pieces) to bycicles heaven. My flat is small and I have more space, now. My board is getting ready for some handcrafts and soon for the giftshop, … Continue reading Yoga for moody weather.
The Army’s Criminal Investigation Division posts a long-overdue article at army.mil about the scams we see almost daily at TAHHQs in regards to people pretending to be members of the military in order to separate you from your money; Be extremely suspicious if you are asked for money for transportation costs, communication fees or marriage processing and medical fees. Many of the negative claims made about the military and the supposed lack of support and services provided to troops overseas are far from reality, check the facts. If you do start an internet-based relationship with someone, check them out, research what they … Continue reading CID warns about social network Scams.
First time, I’ve heard of HSP, it was thank’s to my inmate penpal who was and still is struggling with depression, and following a psychoterapy during his journey in Chino, CA. By the way, today he’s getting pretty better, since he got a job, as inmate, in the “local” library. Since then, not only I’m aware of being HSP, but of course I am supporting Elaine Aron’s activity, by subscribing to her mailing list, on the HSPerson.com and here you get her message for the first retreat for HSP therapists, which I find a great opportunity to spread out her validation of … Continue reading HSP retreat for therapists in California. You can register here.
When I started this blog and did my research on the topic, I believed that I I would talk about different kinds of traumas, except one, rape. While “Me too” movement is spreading around the globe, I admit this subject scares me just to think about. Sexual harassements are quite familiar as far as I am a Lady and have been growing up in a macho culture like Italy, from 80s to 2000. Unfortunate encounters on a deserted street, in the early morning, with a drug addict who put his pants off, and tried to take my hand in order … Continue reading Sexuality and bullying at 16. We shall protect our teens.
The “School of Hard Knocks” is an old-fashioned idiom referring to the unofficial and accidental course of study available via life’s tough experiences. The wisdom one gains through this alternate approach to education may be equal or even superior to the knowledge that comes from a formal university or training program. In case is there any aries, this is taken from weekly Rob Brezny horoscope on his inspiring website Free Will Astrology. If you wonder, I just felt like adding some fun to my blogging. Since I watch all the videos that I put on this blog, I am having a hard time … Continue reading The School of Hard Knocks.