Do you work hard to get to the truth of a matter? I rant a bit about how you should do so.
This podcast discusses a how religion is just plain irrational.
Today, I discuss what it is that can make us agitated, be it anger, thoughts, feelings, or unresolved issues.
In this podcast, I discuss the problem with how people say, “You just need to get over it.” How long is it “supposed” to take to get over something?
It’s amazing to me that, after so much self-worth and professional therapy, I still feel the itch of discomfort when I’m in social situations. I got this trait from my parents, who always seemed to need to “please” or “appease” company, whether with bromides or an over-extending of themselves.
For this podcast, I reflect on willpower. What is it? What does it mean? We often hear that we should just “pick ourselves up by our boot straps”, but how easy is that to do?
After a lot of writing over the past couple years, I’m excited to present the first podcast. Perhaps more appropriately called a “minicast”, I’ll be recording a series of brief podcasts about a variety of different topics and issues. Enjoy! This first episode is a welcome from me to you.
I realized a couple weeks ago that I was focusing on the wrong thing as it pertains to Facebook (or any other social media outlet for that matter). This is, therefore, a follow-up post to my post entitled, A Facebook Anxiety Experience. In that blog post, I wrote about having been on and off of […]
At dinner last night, a friend told me that, “Without rules, people will do anything they want.” As if we have no natural tendency toward self-organization and decency1!By this, I knew he was getting at the underlying religious implication that without a god, we cannot be good. This is the implication drawn by indoctrinated Christians, […]
These days, I cautiously seek out relationships where I can be completely open and honest with people. Admittedly though, it is sometimes a slow progression from acquaintance to someone I would call friend. To me, a friend is someone with whom I can be open about my deepest held beliefs and know at the end […]