Monthly Archives: April 2014

When is the last time you played?

A few years ago, my sister and I went into the town of Pittsford, NY to the Ben & Jerry’s store for some ice cream on a beautiful Friday night.  The excruciating decision between Karamel Sutra or Imagine Whirled Peace … Continue reading

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So you think you’re enlightened?

Years ago, I took several courses through a well known self development company.  I was very impressed with the facilitators of the seminars – especially how they handled people who became upset or angry during a process. They never got … Continue reading

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How many times does the lesson have to appear before you “get it”?

One of the hardest things to do in life is lose.  Losing a game (one you’re playing or watching), losing an argument or losing something more significant (like a marriage or business) is something most people try to avoid at … Continue reading

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Can people really change?

As a behavioral analyst, I get asked the question “Can people really change?” quite often.  Probably the only question I get asked more often is “How can I change him (or her)?” This question (Can people really change?) gets asked … Continue reading

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