Lonely girl in hooded sweatshirt leaning against chain link fence
01/25/2018
When I was in 4th grade, I bullied someone. So hard to admit this, but it’s true. The girl I bullied was very pretty. She had long, curly, gorgeous locks. Her stay-at-home mom put her hair in a... read more
Bearded man looking guilty as he eats cake
01/12/2018
Americans love to feel guilty. Unfortunately, it’s often for the wrong reasons. Michael Pollan wrote in In Defense of Food: An Eater’s Manifesto: “He showed the words “chocolate... read more
Man in a suit at the top of long staircase.
01/05/2018
Willpower Woes: How a Rotten Resolve Can Hurt You …and 3 ways to develop better self-discipline and control through practice, progression, and patience Willpower. We all want it. We all need it... read more
Red sneakers on black floor with chalk reading HAPPY NEW YEAR
12/30/2017
My loathing of New Year’s resolutions is probably in direct proportion to my consistent lack of success with them in the past—the distant past. I haven’t avowed any new year proclamations or... read more
Woman meditating while sitting in the sand at the beach
12/28/2017
Information & Practices to Build Your Capacity for Handling Stress Every time I open Facebook, it happens. Facebook feels like the news – which is mostly bad, definitely over-exaggerated, and... read more
Rainbow array of colored pencils pointed toward each other
12/18/2017
Daily Practice I would argue that by nature we are all creative beings as we learn to sense and perceive this earthly life experience. We develop a sense of self that is highly unique to us. Out... read more
Thank you card attached to metaphysical gift.
11/22/2017
by Juliana Breines | Greater Good Science Center Giving Thanks Over the past two decades, much of the research on happiness can be boiled down to one main prescription: give thanks. Across... read more
Blue fabric in folds and ripples
11/13/2017
Life is difficult to discern. The mix of wonder and suffering is confusing. And there is so much put upon us, shaping our thinking and experiences. It’s hard to know where the outside influence... read more
Wooden art doll with its head squeezed in a vise.
10/23/2017
“Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement.” ~ Helen Keller How optimistic are you? Are you a glass half-full or glass half-empty kind of person? When you wake up in the morning... read more

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Lonely girl in hooded sweatshirt leaning against chain link fence
01/25/2018
When I was in 4th grade, I bullied someone. So hard to admit this, but it’s true. The girl I bullied was very pretty. She had long, curly, gorgeous locks. Her stay-at-home mom put her hair in a... read more
Bearded man looking guilty as he eats cake
01/12/2018
Americans love to feel guilty. Unfortunately, it’s often for the wrong reasons. Michael Pollan wrote in In Defense of Food: An Eater’s Manifesto: “He showed the words “chocolate... read more
Man in a suit at the top of long staircase.
01/05/2018
Willpower Woes: How a Rotten Resolve Can Hurt You …and 3 ways to develop better self-discipline and control through practice, progression, and patience Willpower. We all want it. We all need it... read more
Red sneakers on black floor with chalk reading HAPPY NEW YEAR
12/30/2017
My loathing of New Year’s resolutions is probably in direct proportion to my consistent lack of success with them in the past—the distant past. I haven’t avowed any new year proclamations or... read more
Woman meditating while sitting in the sand at the beach
12/28/2017
Information & Practices to Build Your Capacity for Handling Stress Every time I open Facebook, it happens. Facebook feels like the news – which is mostly bad, definitely over-exaggerated, and... read more
Rainbow array of colored pencils pointed toward each other
12/18/2017
Daily Practice I would argue that by nature we are all creative beings as we learn to sense and perceive this earthly life experience. We develop a sense of self that is highly unique to us. Out... read more
Thank you card attached to metaphysical gift.
11/22/2017
by Juliana Breines | Greater Good Science Center Giving Thanks Over the past two decades, much of the research on happiness can be boiled down to one main prescription: give thanks. Across... read more
Blue fabric in folds and ripples
11/13/2017
Life is difficult to discern. The mix of wonder and suffering is confusing. And there is so much put upon us, shaping our thinking and experiences. It’s hard to know where the outside influence... read more
Wooden art doll with its head squeezed in a vise.
10/23/2017
“Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement.” ~ Helen Keller How optimistic are you? Are you a glass half-full or glass half-empty kind of person? When you wake up in the morning... read more

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03/24/2017
Today is an enthusiastic F.U. to anxiety and panic. And Betsy struggles to remember Pat Benatar's greatest hit.
03/23/2017
We have found bubble wrap to be SO helpful that we did another little mantra/meditation about it! Pop away the anxiety but try not to knock yourself out like Betsy has (several times).
03/22/2017
Always innovating and pushing the edge of therapeutic methods. Today we practice some alternative therapy involving bubble wrap, which sadly goes horribly wrong.
03/21/2017
You do YOU Today even being a hardcore rapper can be authentic.
03/21/2017
Fresh start. New beginnings. And...oh no...Betsy's up to old patterns. Today let us not forget to address our inner rapper!
03/17/2017
Free at last! Free at last! It's the last day of our car camp out and we focus on not taking a backseat to life!!! And Betsy continues to spiral.
03/17/2017
What a long, strange trip it's been. No sign of bedbugs leaving, so no sign of getting out of this dang car!
03/07/2017
Is this a Sartre play? Ok guys, day four and a half in the Camry. It's really getting tense. Infinity's authentic self is REALLY pissed off.
03/06/2017
No relief in sight... Still crashing in the Camry. Betsy is getting manic. Things are getting weird.

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