Monthly Archives: November 2016

The Myth of Fixing People

With Apologies to Humpty Dumpty: The Myth of Fixing People It takes an extra long time for a psychologist/social worker/psychotherapist or “savior”  type person (code for codependent) to realize that you can’t really “fix” anybody. You can help them and you can … Continue reading

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How Trump Beat Clinton in Game of Thrones

With apologies to Game of Thrones aficionados (I personally don’t imbibe), success in   politics has historically relied upon barbarian despotic leader attributes like bribery intimidation, assassination, corruption, and big time power-wielding as reflected in ones ability to use special access, influence, connections, and leverage among … Continue reading

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