Browsing All Posts filed under »Psychology & Sociology«

TEDx | Paula Stone Williams: I’ve Lived as A Man & A Woman

April 4, 2019

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[select quotes] “There is no way a well-educated white male can understand how much the culture is tilted in his favor. There’s no way he can understand it because it’s all he’s ever known, and all he ever will know. And conversely, there’s no way that a woman can understand the full import of that […]

Won’t You Be My Neighbor | Reflections

February 26, 2019

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“The greatest thing we can do is to help somebody know that they’re loved and capable of loving.” “Love is at the root of everything. All learning. All relationships. Love, or the lack of it.” – Fred Rogers Won’t You Be My Neighbor. [PG-13], 2018 REFLECTIONS I have no hesitations in calling Fred Rogers one of […]

Man’s Search For Meaning | Reflections & Notes

February 6, 2019

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Viktor E. Frankl. Man’s Search For Meaning. Beacon Press, 2006. (165 pages) Teacher’s Guide: (9780807014295.pdf) REFLECTIONS This may be one of the most important books I’ve read, ever. Why? Exactly. Everything from love as grounded in being, tragedy as overcome by telos, and purpose found in aims rather than feelings, is found in this small tome, […]

Charlie Munger: The Complete Investor | Reflections & Notes

January 7, 2019

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Tren Griffin. Charlie Munger: The Complete Investor. Columbia University Press, 2015. (209 pages) REFLECTIONS I have always considered money to be a reflection of something more than mere dollars and cents. Add to that Yuval Noah Harari’s description of money as a mere fiction, and we have an insightful sense of what money is, how it […]

The Amygdala Song

January 1, 2019

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Brilliant. The Amygdala Song lyrics the amygdala’s a button in my limbic brain it’s really not complicated, i’ll explain: if something happens suddenly to do me harm my amygdala rings like a tiny alarm if a sabre-tooth tiger’s jumpin’ out at me in a split second it’ll tell me to fight or flee it gets […]

Believed podcast | Reflections

December 18, 2018

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REFLECTIONS This series is one of the most insightfully disturbing, tragically illuminating, and piercingly convicting podcasts I’ve listened to. The Larry Nassar case and story is no doubt about one man’s serial abuse of children and young women. It is absolutely about the courage and valiance of those who have come forward to tell their […]

Effective Discipline to Raise Healthy Children

November 17, 2018

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Effective Discipline to Raise Healthy Children Robert D. Sege, Benjamin S. Siegel, COUNCIL ON CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT, COMMITTEE ON PSYCHOSOCIAL ASPECTS OF CHILD AND FAMILY HEALTH. Online article; Download PDF; Download PDF REFLECTIONS If reading How To Traumatize Your Children wasn’t enough, reading this Abstract from the American Academy of Pediatrics should do the trick. […]