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Looking at life through the prism of psychology, philosophy, mental health and more. Originally created by counsellor, psychotherapist and philosopher Dr Greg Mulhauser, this blog is now the work of an international team of contributors.

Last Build Date: Mon, 06 Nov 2017 16:36:04 +0000


Comment on Psychology Gets No Respect by Mike

Mon, 06 Nov 2017 16:36:04 +0000

Explain your enlightened view of behavioral and social sciences to Nobel Laurerate, Daniel Kahneman. But try to get a private audience for that important task because if you attempt it in a public forum you'll only embarrass yourself.

Comment on Connection: At the Heart of any Good Relationship by tonya M

Mon, 06 Nov 2017 02:59:48 +0000

This is a graciously readable article. Part of me is vigorously nodding, thinking, "We all know this, right??" But obvioulsy, the fact that I am even looking up this article indicates that it is NOT natural for many, and it really has to be spelled out so that everyone can have a beginning common ground. I think this is a great starting point.

Comment on A New Form of Gaslighting? by Jeffles

Sun, 05 Nov 2017 03:01:35 +0000

So if you share an opinion and it makes someone doubt themselves, how exactly is that bad? The point of an argument is to make people unerstand your side, and maybe even question their beleifs.

Comment on Two Types of Narcissism and How to Tell the Difference by Gigi

Sat, 04 Nov 2017 23:58:48 +0000

Please tell me which type of narcissist is Mr. Donald Trump?

Comment on Understanding the Aggressive Personalities by CC

Thu, 26 Oct 2017 11:06:23 +0000

For Jake - You may never have had the experience of working with a supervisor who is afflicted with a Narcisstic or Aggressive personality. I am working with a municipal judge who can be described as a Megalomaniac. He acquired his judgeship in several towns not by merit, but by aligning himself with county and state politicians. He is a tyrant who likes to scream at his subordinates in public, in order to demonstrate his "superiority." He acts out when he does not get his way. He turns on the charm with people to get his way, and if that does not work, he strongarms them to get what he wants. I am sorry to say that I am a worker, even though I know that people with a conscience get abused the most by these personality types. But my resignation is typed and ready to go. He will try to charm me to stay, followed by more abuse when I walk away. His loss.

Comment on Playing the Blame Game as a Manipulation Tactic by Leigh Ann

Sat, 21 Oct 2017 05:16:10 +0000

Am getting here VERY belated for the release of this article but wanted to say thank you. Your article helped me to understand a issue am having with an employee and his seemingly very well developed methods of avoiding responsibility for property damage. Has been anything but mature or reasonable to deal with his strange ability to turn tables on others. Now reading this I see he is likely very skilled at this projection response. The worst part is his attempt to make others feel guilty and bad for him when he caused harm. This is a nasty trait of the strong self grasping/ self preserving at all costs! Thanks. It helped me understand what approach to take: a phone call to the local police. Am finished with his games. Take care

Comment on Stop Blaming the Lettuce: When Systemic Problems Outweigh Individual Responsibility by WarnerBros

Tue, 10 Oct 2017 15:07:52 +0000

This entire article is such a crock! You're trying to tell us that you cannot feed a "family of four" a dinner salad every night of the week more cheaply than most any other dinner menu, including fast food value meals over that same week? You actually say, not counting "organics". So-called organic food, including fresh produce, is the insanely expensive healthy alternative to just plain ol' fruits and vegetables that have been the staple of diets around the world for untold generations. How in the world did man survive so long without first-world do-gooders? Also, despite your hypocritical nod to "individual responsibility", your article more than implies that "we", that is, government, must do something--anything--to override (read: usurp) the choices of millions of individuals. "We used to grow our own food?" When did that last happen? In the 1820's? I chuckle imagining nine million New Yorkers being in touch with the land.

Comment on Playing the Blame Game as a Manipulation Tactic by Lynn Kolakowski

Fri, 06 Oct 2017 15:31:38 +0000

WOW!! What a powerful and TRUTHFUL article! I find these characteristics very prevalent in Bi-polar individuals. Narcissism, manipulation, the "blame game" and more. Oh yes!! They know they are manipulators!! I do not need that in my life!! And yes!! When they figure out that you are "on to them", it get's worse!! And of course, they blame you!! It is a vicious cycle!! Get out!!

Comment on Understanding the Sadistic Personality by Nancy

Sun, 24 Sep 2017 13:30:17 +0000

Dear Dr. George Simon, I couldn't have said it better myself. Nancy

Comment on Committed to Making a Difference: The INFJ Personality Type by Rachel

Mon, 18 Sep 2017 04:14:58 +0000

Being an INFJ is also very lonely because most people assume your motivations are not sincere. It's disheartening to learn how malicious so many people are for no apparent reason. I guess I was naive most of my life. Ive never met another INFJ that Im aware of. It would be nice to find more like minded people. I just can't seem to run into any of them.