April 2012

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18APR2012 From the “Something That Came Up Today” Department… More on “Stopping” by Petar Sardelich LMFT/PT/MAC in addiction, anxiety, behavior, counseling, depression, feelings, psychology, relapse prevention, self esteem, therapist Tags: addiction, counseling, depression, feelings, mental-health, psychologist, self esteem, therapist Edit Truth, it comes up a lot. We’re all trying to “give up” some stuff, trying to stop doing some things, but often have difficulty doing it.  Aside from a blog I wrote about this a while ago, we might [...]

April 20122019-08-06T00:42:25+00:00

March 2012

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26MAR2012 Solving Problems by Petar Sardelich LMFT/PT/MAC in abuse, anxiety, behavior, depression, grief, loss, principles, therapy Tags: abuse, anxiety, behavior, depression, grief, loss, mental-health, pasadena therapist, principles, therapy Edit When “solving problems” in addition to good “issue identification”, “diagnosis” (or whatever), it’s really important to examine methods/means to diminish or solve these problems, and have those methods be principled.  As Huxley opined: “We are so anxious to achieve some particular end that we never pay attention to [...]

March 20122019-08-06T00:28:03+00:00