As a therapist who treats people who engage in self-destructive behaviors, I am often asked, “Why would someone deliberately hurt themselves?” and “How could it possibly make sense when they say they hurt themselves to feel better?”
All About Accept
All About Appreciate
There is something fascinating about this conflict between “wanting” and the way it nullifies the state of enlightenment. And yet enlightenment is achievable, and it is much closer to us than we might imagine.
All About Achieve
Stop into any office in corporate America and you’ll be sure to notice the frenzied, hurried, chaotic pace of most employees. Phones are ringing; email and text alerts are sounding, faxes are coming in and out, and computers are humming.
Letters From the Editor
Confidence, vulnerability, faith, hope, and assertiveness all play a role in how raw and real your roar is—your voice. If you’ve lost your voice or struggling to find your voice, try these tips.