Posts Tagged ‘Contest’

The Stones of Miles

The Stones of Miles

  “Direction is more important than speed. We are so busy looking at our speedometers that we forget the milestone.” -Anonymous I do a lot of work with milestones in therapy. They’re great conceptually because they’re heavy, concrete objects to which we can tie all sorts of life experience. Even ephemeral changes in thinking or [Continue]

Chatting on the Bleeding Edge

Chatting on the Bleeding Edge

“ is not as common or as practiced as I once believed…we need weapons in the war against disconnection and misinterpretation.” -Me, Fantasy Contact and Real Communication (2011) The befuddled ranting of a Philadelphia Court Judge (in front of me and my patient) inspired the article quoted above. Today I am inspired by much more [Continue]

The Operation Habit Challenge

The Operation Habit Challenge

I sat in the green plastic chair and tried not to think about the amount of weight that the scale just told me I had gained. Then the Weight Watchers group leader said “They say it takes 32 repetitions of a behavior to build a habit—I don’t know if it’s true, but that’s what they [Continue]

The Horrific (Horror Fic?) Secret Project Revealed!

The Horrific (Horror Fic?) Secret Project Revealed!

I love reading Horror, yet I never took a stab at writing Horror, until recently. Part of the reason is because, though I love to read it, a good horror story idea had never lept into my brain. Until recently. Then it happened twice. (If this were a horror movie, that realization would have sounded [Continue]

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