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Combatting trauma

A traumatic event is a violation so severe that it can permanently alter how we respond to stress. Humans are vulnerable, and some of us will inevitably experience a terrifying situation that shatters our sense of safety.

The disorder of self identity

A healthy self-identity is an elusive beast for the best of us. Sometimes shit happens that knocks us on our ass and leaves us shaken, wondering what we could have done or said differently. We reflect, adjust our thinking and behaviour, and move on.

How to take advantage of change

Humans are creatures of habit. We like to know what’s happening, expect to control the outcome, and plan our lives accordingly. So when an atypical event disturbs the world order, we are largely unprepared to manage in times of uncertainty and deal with life-altering chaos.

Man’s tendency to avoid conflict

Some of us deny our anger to avoid upsetting or offending others. And while deception is sometimes necessary to avoid getting into an argument, when it becomes a refusal to admit our feelings at the expense of someone else, it becomes passive aggressive behaviour.

Mood Disorders are treatable

A mood is a temporary feeling. A mood disorder is when moods of sadness or joy get stuck, last for long periods, don’t appropriately match your circumstances, and impede your ability to function. Specifically, “mood disorder” is a catch-all category to describe types of depression and bipolar disorders that affect how you think about yourself, others, and life in general.

Decoding the father-son relationship

As Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader will attest, the father son relationship is complex. For most of us, our relationships with our Dads don’t involve a history of deception and having our hands severed. Still, for many of us, fatherhood is mired in a long history of stereotypes that no longer serve us.