Bouncing Forward…Not Back!

A good friend once told me, “Life is not what happens to you; life is what happens for you” (Renata Farah). To cope with distressing circumstances, people need to learn to stay upbeat, control their stress, reduce their anxiety, and manage their frustration at the possible loss of a job and/or social involvement. Self-Management LifeContinue reading “Bouncing Forward…Not Back!”

The “Thought” Experiment

Many of the thorniest issues we face in our lives are less about right versus wrong than about right versus right. Across cultures, most people feel a strong sense of right and wrong. When facing an ethical dilemma, they generally want to do the right thing. Yet they often fail to follow through for fearContinue reading “The “Thought” Experiment”