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Many people want to get rid of an unwanted behavior. Maybe you want to quit smoking, or stop eating too much. Maybe you want to stop yelling at your kids, or getting in arguments with your co-workers. Or maybe you’re trying to shape someone else’s unwanted behavior....read more
In my own life, I’ve been thinking about the tension between action and acceptance. I’ve come to recognize that both are essential parts of living a good life. We can’t just have one or the other. We need both. Action The first part of a good life is action. It’s...read more
I’ve always thought the name “Good Friday” was a bit odd. What’s good about Jesus getting brutally tortured and murdered? It seems like the opposite of good. Some people might argue that we call it Good Friday because of what happens on Easter Sunday—the resurrection...read more
I was listening to a talk the other day about how our brains develop, and the speaker made some interesting comments that are applicable to all of our lives, especially if we want to grow. Schemas The speaker talked about how we all develop certain schemas. Schemas...read more