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Why it Never Works to Bully Yourself

No matter how much self-development you’ve done in your life at some times (maybe even often) you find yourself in a state of mind that you don’t want to be in and you pressure yourself to feel differently in that … Continue reading

When Life Looks Terrible, Hard and Scary

This video is from a talk we gave to Israeli teens who lost family members due to the conflict in their country. It’s easy to see how their lives can look terrible, hard and scary. We all can have difficult … Continue reading

The Real Source of Stress and Are We Really ‘stuck with it’? – Part 3

This is the last in a 3-Part series on Stress. Find parts one which talks about the current model of stress, and two which proposes a new model posted just before this blog. In this video George talks about how easily and … Continue reading

The Real Source of Stress and Are We Really ‘stuck with it’? – Part 2

A completely new model of stress.  If stressful events like moving and trauma can’t cause us stress (if you missed part 1 of this series that talks about that, click here) than why DO we have stress?  Watch this video … Continue reading

The Real Source of Stress and Are We Really ‘stuck with it’? – Part 1

Stress is an intriguing subject. It is the most problem in the civilized world. There is evidence that stress compounds, if not causes many illnesses, it compromises our effectiveness in life, it can affect our relationships, and generally makes us … Continue reading

A post for Practitioners – collective knowledge from George and his colleagues

We try to make every blog post relevant to the general public. The work that we do is relatable and easily understood so we feel like our blog should reflect that. This post is a bit of an exception. It … Continue reading

If everyone has health what about depressed and suicidal people?

If you’ve been following us for very long you know that one of the cornerstones of the work that we do is that everyone has the ability to self-correct, everyone has a buoyancy or a health inside of them that … Continue reading

Making Mistakes, then Moving On (shame is optional)

Have you ever made a mistake and had a hard time letting it go? This video is all about mistakes. Everyone makes them, and in this animated video we show that it’s possible to make mistakes, even the big ones, … Continue reading

Our Goals and Ideas: A source of inspiration, or a source of pressure and disappointment

Ever feel like this donkey? Have you ever had goals work against you because they’re too big or unrealistic? Your goals and ideas about life can help rally your focus and motivation, or they can backfire. If you’ve fallen short … Continue reading

My Parents are Divorced…Does that Mean that I’m Likely to get Divorced, too?

Whether married, test-driving spouses, or single, we often see a trend: people whose parents divorced often end up living chronically worried or relationship-phobic. Maybe you already see yourself repeating some of their dysfunctional patterns in your own relationships? Yes, we … Continue reading

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