Dealing With Problems

Dealing With Problems

by Ross Bishop There is something about your childhood wounding that you have yet to learn. Now, what happened back then hurt like hell, and that hurt was real and came at a formative time in your development. But the wounding wasn’t as you have always imagined it – that it was proof that there was something wrong with you! Read more

Feeling Inadequate

In school you may have read Coleridge’s, “The Rhyme of The Ancient Mariner.” It is a poem about a mariner who, in his arrogance, killed an albatross that was believed to have brought his ship and shipmates good fortune. Being a superstitious lot, the mariner’s mates made him wear the stinking carcass of the albatross around his neck as penanceRead more

Learning From Life

How concerned are you about what other people think? Some people worry about that a great deal. They are very concerned about things like social acceptance, whether others will like them, whether they are good enough – that sort of thing.  Of course, we all want to be liked, and certainly you don’t want to cause harm intentionally or toRead more