Best of Our Blogs: November 10, 2017
Today is the last day of Sound True’s Psychotherapy & Spirituality online summit. To be immersed in 10 days of hearing speakers and experts in their field of psychotherapy and spirituality was enlightening, healing and life transforming. I hope you had a chance to listen to it as well.
The one thing I gleaned from all the knowledge from speakers is that a sense of acceptance, moving toward our pain, and learning to inhabit our bodies are all important to our healing.
This week, I hope reading our blogs will bring light to things you hold in the shadows. It could be a denial of a difficult childhood, personal attack or the real reason behind why you can’t stop taking selfies. Each will give you an opportunity to pause and reflect. Is this a sign you need greater self-acceptance, therapy/ spirituality or different way of thinking to begin the process of true inner healing?
A Paedophileâ€™s Son Speaks Out
(Full Heart, Empty Arms) – Secrets can haunt us, but sharing it can open the door to healing. In this post, one man confesses his dysfunctional family’s secrets of incest, rape, and abuse.
The Brutal Truth About Selfies, Narcissism, and Low Self-Esteem
(Liberation After Narcissistic Abuse) – What’s the difference between a healthy and unhealthy selfie? Here’s how to know whether your self-portraits are heading toward obsession.
How To Calmly Respond To A Personal Attack
(Unshakeable Calm) – You’re probably seeing red, so before you react to that personal attack, read this.
Why Positive Thinking Can Stop Your Healing from Childhood
(Knotted) – Here’s why thinking positive isn’t serving you and what you need to heal instead.
Narcissists Hate Seeing You Happy
(Psychology of Self) – When you’re up, they’re upset. When you’re down, they’re glad. It’s the reasons why that narcissistic person in your life can’t stand to see you happy.
Uyemura, B. (2017). Best of Our Blogs: November 10, 2017. Psych Central. Retrieved on January 24, 2018, from https://psychcentral.com/blog/best-of-our-blogs-november-10-2017/