What is good mental health? Good mental health is the ability to be fully in reality as it is, without requiring it to be anything other than it is right now. It’s another word for “mindfulness.” Having this ability ensures that you respond appropriately to situations, with the right kind of emotion and at the right […]Continue reading
Empath: Normal Or Paranormal? The term Empath usually describes someone with a paranormal level of emotional sensitivity. This makes it painful to live in the world. Google: “Signs you’re an empath” and you’ll get 905,000 results with “listicles” ranging from three to 50 items. They describe traits such as: “feeling others’ feelings,” “being overwhelmed by others’ […]Continue reading
Lately, a question my readers have been asking A LOT is, “how do I deal with the asshole at work?” especially since these people are demanding, draining and difficult. This question has inspired me to create a book recommendation video and article of Robert Sutton’s brilliant and highly readable new release: “The Asshole Survival Guide: […]Continue reading
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How The Psychopath Succeeds The success of the psychopath is both troubling and unerringly common. We see powerful men abuse their power more times than we can count. Lately, we have the Harvey Weinstein scandal and other high profile, powerful men. I hear one thing repeatedly in relation to psychopathic success. It’s: “I can’t believe […]Continue reading
Are You An Empath Or A Psychopath? If you’re reading this right now, chances are you’re the Empath type. But what is that exactly? To answer that question, it’s useful to first consider the definition of a psychopath. The foremost authority on psychopaths is Dr Robert Hare, a Canadian psychologist who developed the now famous […]Continue reading
How To Create Connection Online How do you safely create connection online? If you’ve been bullied at work, it’s likely you’ll feel super-sensitive to the possibility of being abused again, especially online. The two most frequent complaints I hear from clients is that workplace bullying leaves them feeling: 1) Isolated and 2) Full of self-doubt […]Continue reading