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121. My Brother Bill on Psychotherapy

As I mentioned in my first post on the difference between psychotherapy and counseling, my brother Bill is a deep-healing psychotherapist, with a doctorate in psychology. By the way, he is Dr. Wally in my book Too Late in the … Continue reading

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110. O, Freedom!!

A follow-up to the last blog.  The writer of a psalm was bemoaning the unfairness of this world, where the rich and powerful prosper and the poor and weak suffer. In verses 15-22, he realizes that there is more to … Continue reading

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109. A Cause of Depression?

Don’t we all want to live a happy life? Are we not disappointed when the world is falling down around us through lost jobs, failed marriages, depression and other health conditions, the implosion of the world economic system, uncertainty about … Continue reading

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93. Men Who Don’t Seek Help With Depression

The basis for this blog came from an Associated Press article that appeared this morning on my Yahoo News internet webpage. Suicides are surging among America’s troops, averaging nearly one a day this year — the fastest pace in the … Continue reading

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92. The Hidden Feelings of Depressed Men

This article came from Storied Mind Newsletter, written by John Folk-Williams. As I read the article, I thought, “My depression was mainly in my mind; I kept my emotions under control to the detriment of the well-being of my body, … Continue reading

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