Where is your center? Most human suffering is caused by a lack of adequate, lasting center. Often, it’s a fragile center called “Me.” This auto-centric orientation cannot satisfy our deepest human needs for very long. Rolly tried everything to satisfy himself – his “Me” center. Wealth. Fame. Possessions. Sex. Family. Travel. Art and creativity. Business… Continue reading Where Is Your Center?
Overcome financial self sabotage. Money doesn’t buy happiness. Agree or disagree? Well, most of you probably will disagree. And … agree with French author Marie Leneru who wrote in her Journal, “If I were honest, I would admit that money is one half of happiness; it makes it so much more attractive!” Not just making… Continue reading Overcome Financial Self Sabotage
Heal your infidelity wound. That entails keys or steps to overcome betrayal or cheating from your spouse or partner. I do a lot of infidelity recovery treatment. It appears to be one of the most needed healing psychotherapies nowadays. Countless couples have entered my session deeply suffering from this kind of psychological and emotional wound.… Continue reading Heal Your Infidelity Wound
Be confident but humble. There is a difference between being confident and being arrogant. Arrogant people feel entitled born out of insecurity. They quickly attach themselves to a tangible object, activity, or talent to serve self. Alexandria, 27, was raised in a poor squatter area. Since she found work at age 18, she became increasingly… Continue reading Be Confident But Humble
Should I stay or leave? It’s a common question in situations of infidelity. Those who got hurt by a cheating partner always struggle with that decision. A patient, Rizza, was cheated by her husband multiple times. Each time she found out, he expressed remorse and would always make up with her. Over Zoom, Rizza said,… Continue reading Should I Stay or Leave?
Mental health is the ability to free your self from passivity. Author Ruth Jhabvala once wrote these lines of passivity, “Take me, make what you will of me, I have joy in my submission.” That’s how a psychotherapy patient, Jill, would think and feel in the way she acts with men. She feels she’d lose… Continue reading Free Your Self From Passivity
You heard it right: choose being unoffendable. I actually only borrowed the concept from a book I’ve read – Brant Hansen’s book “Unoffendable.” Yes, be unoffendable. It’s good for you and your life. Sounds a ridiculous idea? You may be thinking, “How can you say that when there are situations when it’s righteous to be… Continue reading Choose Being Unoffendable
The more you were hurt by your parents, the more crucial you need to learn their history as humans. “My father used to beat me especially when he’s drunk. Punches, kicks, verbal grenades. It’s so hard for me to believe he’s my father. When I became a teenager, I wrote him off and ran away… Continue reading Learn Your Parents’ History As Humans
Remember, someday you’ll die. Memento mori. That’s the biggest lesson or reminder that the pandemic has taught us. Nobody gets out alive from here. Everyone dies, sooner or later – with Covid or not. So with that sure reality of your limited time, are you loving what you’re experiencing or doing right now with your… Continue reading Someday You’ll Die
Take each day as a gift. This thought is specially relevant nowadays to a world reeling with the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic. Millions are dying. Millions are getting sick of the virus. Millions are losing their jobs. Millions are affected by the economic meltdown. Millions of families are displaced and suffering. Millions are in… Continue reading Take Each Day As A Gift