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Published 16 May, 2019 | Thinking Skills
You, I, and everyone will be manipulated. At least to some degree. And if we don't understand how this happens, we're more vulnerable to being manipulated by malevolent forces.
Published 06 March, 2019 | Thinking Skills
Do you ever feel like you should be positive but you just don't feel it? No matter how hard you try to look on the bright side?
Published 01 June, 2011 | Thinking Skills
If you really are a perfectionist, you've probably already found it troublesome; possibly even a deal-breaker in some instances - a royal road to disappointment and anguish, not to mention impaired relationships.
Published 01 February, 2011 | Thinking Skills
Being able to think strategically, rationally, and objectively is a vital tool to be used alongside more direct, intuitive 'gut feelings'. But most of us are never taught how to think. We can all learn to think better by knowing what the more common critical thinking mistakes are, so as to avoid them as far as possible.
Published 16 June, 2010 | Thinking Skills
The present and future didn't seem to exist for her. I suspected she'd had lots of the kind of 'therapy' that feels it's best to dig continually into the past. What had all that historical focusing actually done for her?
Published 08 April, 2010 | Thinking Skills
When you are proactive and put plans into action, you may find you don't always have to wait for the 'cage door' to open. You may just find you can force it open yourself.
Published 02 October, 2009 | Thinking Skills
As someone once said: "Life's problems reveal who we really are!" and that's true; negative thinkers can "yeah, but" when things are going great. On the other hand, the more resilient of positive thinkers can remain upbeat when times are tough.
Published 28 July, 2009 | Thinking Skills
"Why limit yourself?" The old man looked at me unwaveringly. He was a client I'd helped hypnotically control his blood pressure. He had shown a great deal of interest in my therapy business. "Think big, Mark! Why only see eight people a week when you can teach one hundred, a thousand others to do what you do who could, in turn, each see eight troubled souls a week? 8,000 people a week!"