If you want to be immune to the many common psychological myths out there, then you can not rely on intuition alone. The psychological falsehoods can be harmful in our legal systems, family systems, schools, relationships, work, parenting, and much more. If knowledge is power then power up my friends!
Sundays, IPA’s, Uncensored Thoughts, and my Journey Towards being a Cosmic Tripster – A blog by Jodie Lewis, The Crippled, Cussing, Christian, Counselor
My husband and I were making it our Sunday mission to see how many stamps we could get punched on our McMenamins passport. This is mainly due to fulfilling a relatively new goal of mine to be a McMenamins Cosmic Tripster.
In my late 30’s I was at the top of my game (or so I thought), traveling throughout the country working with families and creating healthy change. Meanwhile, back on the home front, my blended family of seven was less than; what one might call, “healthy.”
Two significant mental health disorders that may occur in people with disabilities (PWD) are depression and anxiety. Depression and anxiety can take place for many reasons.