Image by Jean If we have been alive for terribly long we probably have regrets. Let’s start by looking at what regret is. What is regret? It seems to me that it is a sense of falling short in some way. We have a sense that we should have done something and didn’t do it, […]

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Evan on July 14th, 2008

Anger has been a bit of a theme on this blog for the past week or so. It started with a post on using to change and then I felt I needed to follow it up because of an email from one of the people who read the post. One of the issues for them, […]

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Evan on July 13th, 2008

Image by Ankit Kumar1 Later this year I plan to launch a course called Living Authentically. The course is designed to help you find who you are and how to live from this knowledge. To do this it gives a map of authentic experience so you can know when you stop living authentically. For more […]

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Evan on July 9th, 2008

Image by hulagway Recently I wrote this post about using the energy of anger to change. This lead to an email which was very forthright and which I’ve got permission to quote from. This reader said that: “. . . the reference you made to the continued or ongoing use of anger leads to bitterness, […]

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Evan on July 7th, 2008

Image by Inalaf I’m usually happy to own up to being stubborn – though I’m being a bit mischievous.  I was in a psychotherapy group and one of our trainers pointed out that, “When someone says I am stubborn it is usually because I am not doing what they want me to do”.  If they […]

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Evan on July 4th, 2008

Image by charliehey Have you ever watched a young child wanting to tell a secret. They often announce it to a room full of people and then sometimes tell it loud enough for the other people to hear. This is funny; it is also intriguing. What is going on here? It isn’t about other people […]

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Evan on July 3rd, 2008

I’ve realised that I haven’t drawn attention to one of the blogs I regularly read: Change Therapy. Change Therapy is a blog by Canadian resident (European born I think), Isabella Mori. As well as the blog posts Isabella also has lots of other resources. She has a page about psychotherapy, as well as pages on […]

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Evan on July 3rd, 2008

Image by James Cridland This post is a plea to my fellow bloggers. And it is about how we write. I don’t mean this to be another plea that quality writing matters. Those not already convinced probably won’t be convinced by anything I say (I don’t have anything new to say about this.). This post […]

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