Psy-Help Posts

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...


 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,, 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.