Good Help is Hard to Find

Below is a list of medication I’ve ingested over the years for depression/PTSD, to no avail. (There are more sundry medications that I have forgotten about over the last 16 years of treatment that are not listed, please forgive). Psychotherapy performed by some questionable therapists and my own brand of self-help round out my treatment … Continue reading Good Help is Hard to Find

The Whole is Greater than the Sum of its Parts.

I don't know nearly enough, however, I found that the gestalt theory, the German word meaning form, has evolved to "the whole is greater that the sum of its parts". This is extraordinary. I don't want to throw too much information at once. I've been on the receiving end of that and there's nothing gained. … Continue reading The Whole is Greater than the Sum of its Parts.

Bad to Good

What follows is not meant to impress, persuade, sale or manipulate you in anyway. It is  my modest recommendation to anyone that may be suffering from the devastating effects of Depression/PTSD. I’ve come to a point where I finally feel comfortable enough to share what I know is a very effective treatment for Depression/PTSD. Plus … Continue reading Bad to Good

The Hegelian Dialectic

I like to use this dialectic as a guide to human development. George Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel was a German philosopher whom developed the concept. It's original purpose was not intended for explaining human development throughout life, but I find it most fitting. Here is the dialectic: Thesis + antithesis = synthesis If you think about it you may agree, if … Continue reading The Hegelian Dialectic