Image by thp365 Step Five. Moving Toward Commonality. It is a bit of a toss-up whether it was this step or the first one that is the hardest. This step involved being with disgust and feeling uncompromising. For us it may have been easier than it may be for others. We’ve been together for a […]

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Evan on November 26th, 2008

I have a guest post on Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life called, “Are Children Saner?” It’s about children’s ability to see more clearly than adults. I hope you like it. Evan Bookmark It Hide Sites

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Image by thp365 Step Two. Who am I in this? Eventually it becomes possible to not focus only on the other person. It becomes possible to focus on ourselves again. We have a sense that we are settled in our own skin. We have a sense of our own sensations and emotions – and the […]

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Image by thp365 This is a reflection on a process that my partner and I have recently been through. It was an extraordinarily intense and difficult time for us. It lasted about a month. During all this time we didn’t know whether our relationship would last – even though we thought we would always remain […]

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Evan on November 21st, 2008

Image by austinevan There is an awful lot of information out there. I forget who it was that said, “90% of anything is crap” but I think this is often the case. This means that the amount of good stuff is fairly small – if you can find it. (I’m one of those who think […]

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Evan on November 19th, 2008

Image by Georgio Many of us want to live better lives. We believe it is possible to live a better life. And so we may have an expectation that our lives can or should be better. This can lead to problems just on its own. Expectations can lead to frustrations. And frustrations that we don’t […]

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Evan on November 19th, 2008

I have a guest post on the blog Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life called If Counselling is Learning, What Kind of Learning. It’s about whether counselling can be made accessible to more people – and if so how – and how we learn to live our lives differently. I hope you like it. Bookmark It […]

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Evan on November 17th, 2008

Jean at Transform Stress into Personal Power has nominated me for a Kreativ Blogger Award. As part of this award I need to say six things which I enjoy and my six favourite bloggers. This is hard, so I’m excluding the ones I nominated last week as making a contribution. Jean also has another blog […]

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