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"Kirawareru Yuki": The Courage to Be Disliked

I find it very interesting that the best-selling book today in Japan is titled Kirawareru Yuki, which means “the courage to be disliked” if translated literally. 487 more words

World

Book of the Week: Man's Search for Meaning

Man’s Search for Meaning  was written by Viktor Frankl, a psychiatrist who survived The Holocaust. The first part of the book is an account of his experiences in concentration camps and the second part of the book explains… 179 more words

Books

Will It Take You 21 Days?

Story of the Day for Wednesday April 22, 2015

Will It Take You 21 Days?

Jesus told them, “I feel as if I could die from sadness. 465 more words

Inspiration

Chasing After Dreams

We all have dreams that we want to chase after. A lot of times, though, we don’t do anything to pursue them because we’re afraid of what people think. 236 more words

Hope

Creating the Adler Society

The Mitrinović Archive is an excellent resource for researchers with interests in the history of psychology, the emotions and mental health. It’s not quite clear to me exactly how Dimitrije Mitrinović first became interested in psychology, and particularly the Individual Psychology (I.P.) of Alfred Adler, but he had spent time in Vienna and Germany before coming to Britain, which were the lively centres of the field. 528 more words

Personalities

Personalities

Alfred Adler was a psychiatrist who developed the concept that birth order may have something to do with the way a personality develops. One thing he may have forgotten to explore was how the sibling’s age differential plays into it as well. 809 more words

Memoir

Re-inventing the sabbath

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The point of this post is to call attention to the possibility and ramifications of observing a weekly sabbath. By this word, lower case, I mean a day of rest in which the “religion” is non-activity, or no compulsive activities, rather than anything involving work or other gods or religious institutions, yoga salons perhaps included. 2,774 more words

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