Over the years, a small but growing percentage of my clients work with me partly, or even mainly, by exchanging emails. My PsychologyToday.com article today makes the case for its advantages and then include an email exchange with a client.
Brainy people, the so-called gifted, bring their own set of annoyances. My PsychologyToday.com article today describes 5 "overexcitabilities" identified by a psychologist, Kazimierz Dabrowski.
I have a troll, an anonymous person ever looking for a chance to publicly magnify whatever errors I’ve made. Worse, s/he has distorted my work and even manufactured lies, serious lies about me.
Of course, having a troll isn't fun but it has yielded unexpected benefits. I describe them in my PsychologyToday.com article today. It has implications for anyone who is criticized or bullied.
Things seem to have reversed. Today, more men want to be a homemaker, the so-called Mr. Mom, while more women want a career.
My PsychologyToday.com article today offers two letters and my response to each. The first letter summarizes a session I had with a client yesterday. The other is a composite of a number of my clients.