Many of my posts of a psychological nature are listed below. Simply click on any you would like to read:
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* meeting yourself, just as you are, with acceptance
* Let's Talk About Perfectionism
* Dream Interpretation
* Kopp's Laundry List
* Memory Boxes
* How Do You Guide Your Life?
* Is It Really True?
* The tasks of each stage of life
* Relief from chronic pain and unexplained illness
* Where in the body do we find the mind?
* getting it
* carrying old pain?
* messages from within
* using your imagination
* what to consider when seeking a therapist
* on being a therapist, part I
* on being a therapist, part II
* are you up-to-date with who you really are?
* Heart Coherence
* 88 important things I have learned about life ...
* Moving beyond your wounds
* Self-Disclosure (Johari Window)
* Brain Matters
* The sweet, simple gift of open arms
* Too Cruel?
* Does the Universe Owe You Anything?
* Extracting the Value from a Life of Constraint
* and I am that too ...
* Autobiography in Five Short Chapters
* Some Things We Cannot Change
* Coming to Terms With Your Own Mortality
* Have You Been Seduced by the "Law of Attraction"?
* Remember Who You Really Are
* Lessons From Mary
* What to Do When Fear Arises
* Are You Walking Through Life in Shoes Too Small?
* Investigate Your Thoughts With Four Little Questions
* EMDR - A Quick Route to Emotional Healing
* Look Up and Feel Better
* ...behead yourself...
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In a post entitled, Some Things You Cannot Change, I featured a little glimpse into the works of David Richo, Ph.D.
If you go to his website, http://www.davericho.com/, you will find that he offers the download of a free e-book there. The e-book is entitled, Human Becoming: Practical Steps to Self-Respect and Compassionate Relationships. It is a collection of excerpts from the many books of Dr. Richo and is approximately 85 pages in length. You can download this e-book for free.
David Richo, Ph.D., M.F.T., is a psychotherapist, teacher, workshop leader, and writer who works in Santa Barbara and San Francisco California. He combines Jungian, transpersonal, and mythic perspectives in his work.