This week the Therapist in the Wild opines on how parents get a bad rap in therapy, and how it’s best to just talk to your shrink until you have compassionate understanding for all the sacrifices and efforts your parents made to make you great.
This week the Therapist in the Wild explains the too-common Genie in the Bottle experience. We’re prone to a Genie in the Bottle experience when relief we’ve desperately craved forever finally comes, and we’re too pissed off from waiting to enjoy it.
This week the Therapist in the Wild takes us on a trip to your deathbed and what regrets you might be able to avoid – starting today! Bronnie Ware hung … Read More
This week the Therapist in the Wild reveals some basic truths about unconditional love–a misunderstood concept that has been the basis of a lot of confusion in the last fifty … Read More
Anybody who’s a parent will tell you about times that talking to their kid was like talking to a wall. In situations like these, the Therapist in the Wild has … Read More
This week the Therapist in the Wild mines our hunter gatherer history to explore the differences between primitive thinking and mature thinking. How grown up do you feel as you … Read More
We are a child centric culture with lots of respect for children, and that’s a good thing! One parenting skill that can get lost is rough and tumble play with … Read More
This week the Therapist in the Wild opines on emotional stupidity and emotional intelligence–two states we each inhabit every day.