Should You Talk To Strangers?

Consciously or unconsciously no one would really like to know that they do have enemies. Is it in any way healthy to knowingly avoid certain people? I believe that anything that does not give you peace is not good for you. What about talking to strangers? And who then is really a stranger? Can you…

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Yes, It Happened, It Really Did

An unusually common phenomenon: the surreal experience. The death and life of a loved one. A traumatizing event. An unprecended moment. The first time we were overwhelmed beyond capacity of response. When we've overcome … yes, until we are, we do not recognize it as a possibility. When we arrive at similar moments, we're reminded…

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Abuse and the Eggshell Skull Rule

It suddenly occurred to me, having written “a difference between a victim and a survivor”, that there is subjectivity out there regarding who can legitimately claim they have been abused. I do not think it's a coincidence that I have just learned about the eggshell skull rule. It's worth knowing about. This is a technical…

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What Place Do You Give to Guilt?

There is a place we all give to guilt. Every single one of us. Especially those of us who are sensitive and who can not help but care. One situation where we're particularly vulnerable to guilt is in suffering, whether it be grief or depression or anxiety or through relationship breakdown or stunted emotional development.…

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