i haven’t written anything about journaling for a while, so i was very pleased when i got an offer to write a paid review for the progoff intensive journal® program. it was a particularly nice surprise because i actually own ira progoff’s at a journal workshop, the basic text and guide for using the intensive… Continue reading the intensive journal process
welcome to the july 31, 2008 edition of carnival of eating disorders! i’m doing something today that i’ve never done before: i’m using the “predigested” version put together by the blog carnival. normally i put a lot of care and effort into my blog carnivals but i have to confess that i’m still a bit… Continue reading carnival of eating disorders – july 2008
i’m more evil than john chow! people say john chow is evil (if you don’t know him: he’s one of the first bloggers who wasn’t ashamed to make lots of money online). now we know the truth: i’m way more evil than john chow! you see, there is a test now – very scientific and… Continue reading i’m more evil than john chow!
this strong image is copyright of photographer loic brohard
during the blogathon, one of the entries was about about a woman leaving a cult. coincidentally, just a few days later, one of my stumbleupon friends pointed me to steven hassan’s work. interestingly enough, this also led me to another article relevant to a blogathon post about guru shopping. from what i’ve seen so far,… Continue reading cults
bill* started participating with CMHA’s recreation program in 1999. his first event was a four-day camping trip with four staff and twenty-three other participants who he had never met before. bill made an instant impression though – he wore a big black cowboy hat and bermuda shorts, and displayed a genuine appreciation for the opportunity… Continue reading blogathon: blogging for the canadian mental health association
this is an entry for my participation in the 2008 blogathon, a 24-hour marathon of blogging. please support the cause and donate – however much, however little – to the canadian mental health association (vancouver/burnaby branch). to donate, email me or use this URL: www.canadahelps.org/CharityProfilePage.aspx?CharityID=d2252. you should be able to get there by clicking the… Continue reading blogathon: therapy, and then … ? a short story
posed in a tone of compassionate curiosity, “why?” is transformed from rigid accusation to an open-minded, even scientific question. instead of hurling an accusatory brick at your own head (e.g., “i’m so stupid, when will i ever learn,” etc.), the question “why did i do this again, knowing full well the consequences?” can become the… Continue reading blogathon: compassionate curiosity, knowledge and objectification
this post marks ID#1000 on my site. dear web site, let me take this opportunity to thank you. you’ve taught me so much! i don’t even know where to begin. just today i learned about a new quirk in wordpress. (if you post lots of posts, some entries can accidentally get stuck in a sort… Continue reading blogathon: post #1000!
this morning – or i guess by now it’s yesterday morning – i went for a walk, to clear my head. i really like my neighbourhood. i live right by memorial park, a good old south vancouver barrio. walking down our wide, quiet, sunny street, i found our filipino neighbours at the corner getting ready… Continue reading blogathon: a walk through vancouver’s memorial park