A long time ago, I encountered a woman on the internet. She and I disagreed about almost everything, and were usually at odds with each other, but she shared a personal story that made an impression on me. She was a very high achieving career woman, and basically a cheerful person. And then, when she … Continue reading Psychology?
Nanda mentioned Victor Frankl in an earlier post. For those who don't know, Victor Frankl was a Jewish psychologist who survived Auschwitz. He went on to write what I think is the greatest book that has ever been written: Man's Search For Meaning. This video clip includes some of his quotes. It is only 5 … Continue reading Victor Frankl
About 20 years ago, I was diagnosed with schizophrenia. As a general rule, I try to avoid talking about it, but it isn't a secret: I have written about it before, and a lot of people online know about it. The reason I bring it up here is because it relates to a topic that … Continue reading What I Saw in the Psych Ward