Posted on 13 Jan, 2020Let’s remind ourselves that the best way to achieve anything worthwhile in life is to build small daily rituals that you practice every single day (or at least every day you’re physically able to). A small daily ritual is a practice you regard as special, an activity not to be taken lightly, that you prioritize and set apart from the rest of your routine. It’s something you willingly surrender yourself to, not allowing yourself to reject the parts of it you dislike, but instead pushing forward and committing to the full experience for a short time each day. And of course, the small bits of progress you make each day add up to something big, and ultimately change the trajectory of your life.
Posted on 08 Jan, 2020In 1974, clinical psychologist Alan Krohn published a paper entitled “Borderline ‘Empathy’ and Differentiation of Object Representations: A Contribution to the Psychology of Object Relations.”