Month

December 2019

My Cry in the Night

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I had never seen what my son was doing in any child before. Of course, this was in the beginning—in ‘76. I had been studying genetics for years and was gearing up for a future in scientific research.

‘This Side of Life’ and the Spirit of Christmas

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Christmas means something different to each of us. This is for all of you missing loved ones this holiday season. 💔 This is my family’s Christmas story. I’m not ‘showcasing sadness here. It’s a new beginning. In an editorial column I wrote years ago,… Continue Reading →

Dichotomous Thinking—A Human Condition

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I’ve studied psychology over the many decades of my life. A particular subject has always confused me. Now I know why. Dichotomous thinking [black and white] has been attributed to many pathological conditions. I live in a world of greys—there are many, many shades… Continue Reading →