Traits Your Sign Keeps Hidden From Others

There is more than one side to everyone. There are more than two sides. In fact, there are more sides than we’ll ever really know about. We live our lives outwardly, not always revealing our inner sides. Sometimes, in fact, we don’t even know our true nature because it’s so hidden beneath the layers of […]

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How To Stop Dreading Everything

I went out with my brother a few weeks ago. Our parents were visiting us both in New York, (kill two birds kind of thing) and we had to get lunch with one of our dad’s clients (kill three birds). Getting lunch with your parent’s clients or friends, on a rainy Sunday in Red Hook, […]

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A Psychological Trick That Keeps You From Worrying

Worrying is an active pastime of mine. One of my favorite hobbies is to go through all the possibilities of things that could go wrong, things that have gone wrong, and embarrassing things I’ve done. I know it’s creating stress – I can actually see new lines forming on my forehead. But I just can’t […]

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10 Reflection Questions

Write these questions down on a piece of paper then answer them honestly. 1. Where do you see yourself one year from now? 2. If you could be anywhere right now, where would that be and why? 3. If you could do anything right now, what would that be? 4. What is your mental state […]

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The True Mirror: Can You Handle It?

The True Mirror is the world’s first seamless, non-reversing mirror. Invented by John and Catherine Walters, they discovered that if you take two mirrors and you put them together at right angles and take away the seam, the images bounce off each other and for the first time you see your true reflection; you see […]

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How You Handle Stress According To Your Personality Type

How do you respond to stress? What’s your mode of response? Do you lash out? Do you withdrawal? Do you latch onto people? If you find yourself responding in the same toxic way every time, it means you’re living through the ego, and by understanding your own personality type, you can correct your responses to […]

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The Psychological Condition Behind Your Bad Decisions

This weekend I was in the mood for a good documentary. Between Maria Callas and Van Gogh, I chose John McEnroe: The Pursuit of Perfection. It was an odd choice, but I’ve always been intrigued by the mentality of tennis. In 1988, John Mcenroe was one of the world’s best tennis players. According to Wikipedia, […]

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