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starve the ego, feed the soul ... ego is the furthest from self actualization and perfection.

Starve the ego, feed the soul. "The climb is not upward, but inward. Brought to you by SunGoddess Magazine: Igniting the Powerful Goddess WIthin sungoddessmagazin.

How to Teach Your Amygdala to Dance | Mark Goulston, M.D.

How to Teach Your Amygdala to Dance

This article caught my eye in the grocery story today: (Here Revenge of the Introvert - Psychology Today, 2010-08-23 is a .pdf of the article). Reading it was like therapy for me. While not everyth...

Revenge of the Introvert

"Introverts today face one overarching challenge—not to feel like misfits in their own culture." Laurie Helgoe article on introversion, Psychology Today

18 Things Mentally Strong People Do - Mentally strong people have healthy habits. They manage their emotions, thoughts, and behaviors in ways that set them up for success in life.  By Amy Morin, psychotherapist & licensed clinical social worker. Follow Morin's column on Psychology Today: https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/what-mentally-strong-people-dont-do  . . . .   ღTrish W ~ https://www.pinterest.com/trishw/to-ponder/  . . . . #mytumblr

18 Things Mentally Strong People Do Mentally strong people have healthy habits

A Day in the Life of a Narcissist | Psychology Today

Narcissism has been around since the fall of man. When we place ourselves on a pedestal and think we deserve something just because we are - we are succumbing to one of Satan's biggest lies.

Narcissism | Psychology Today

Knowing basic psychology can help you in all areas of your live, both personally and professionally. The ability to understand how and why others think, behave, and even feel is clearly useful, but the the ability to understand ourselves is even more.

The Narcissistic Family Tree, Karyl McBride Ph.D. Psychology Today magazine

The Legacy of Distorted Love: Recognizing, understanding and overcoming the debilitating impact of maternal narcissism, by Karyl McBride, Ph.

Psychology Today - A Guide to the Highly Sensitive Person by About Judith Orloff, MD

They brood for days over a gentle ribbing. Their nerve cells are actually hyperreactive. Say hello to the Highly Sensitive Person—you've probably already made him cry.

Personality Development as Immature Strategy | Psychology Today

Personality Development as Immature Strategy

Eight Ways to Move on From Failure and Disappointment. NEW 6/30/15 Psychology Today - by Dr Melanie Greenberg

Eight Ways to Move on From Failure and Disappointment. NEW Psychology Today - by Dr Melanie Greenberg

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