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Is Life a Solo Journey? Part Three

This is Part Three of a four-part series published over four consecutive weeks.  So how can we go forward in life’s challenging moments? As I advised my friend who has been grieving his wife, we can acknowledge that romantic or companionate love is only one of love’s many forms. In line with the Zimbabwean proverb “If you […]

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Is Life a Solo Journey? Part Three

It is entirely within your power to rediscover the love that is inside of you and find new ways to express it to others. A beautiful and poignant read from Dr. Anthony Silard in Psychology Today. Read more here.

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Is Life a Solo Journey? Part 2

This is Part Two of a four-part series published over four consecutive weeks. Back in early December of last year, my wife, our kids, and I all had Covid-19. Not a fun experience. On my fourth day after testing positive, I remember thinking about how it was either going to improve or deteriorate in the […]

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Why the Pandemic is Destabilizing Us So Profoundly: The Cardinal Mistake of the Cognitive Miser

When asked what they most fear, being killed by a shark or dying in a traffic accident, most people reply that they are more afraid of the former.   Let’s consider the numbers: according to CDC data, every year about 1.35 million people die worldwide in traffic accidents, or about 3,700 per day. In 2019, two people worldwide were killed […]

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Anthony Silard’s article in Psychology Today | The Pandemic and Fear: How We Become Destabilized

Anthony Silard’s article was published in Psychology Today. You can read it here.

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