What can you do when nothing is working?
Change the channel.
In response to my previous JOT - Find Stillness - a wise therapist, Betsy Sansby, reminded me that sometimes a person just can't find any stillness anywhere. Maybe you have epilepsy or chronic pain, or are wildly worried about a child or other loved one, or have been rejected in love or had the bottom fall out financially.
“There is a myth, sometimes widespread, that a person need only do inner work…that a man is entirely responsible for his own problems; and that to cure himself, he need only change himself….The fact is, a person is so formed by his ...
Theory is when you know everything, but nothing works. Practice is when everything works, but no one knows why. Sometimes, however, theory and practice are combined... that's when nothing works and no one knows why. Here is a Dilber...
BOSTON — For years, the woman went to a Boston hospital to talk to a therapist about being depressed and overweight. The therapist, listening closely, asked questions and jotted down notes on a memo pad. Read full article >>
Having previous experience with antidepressants can change a person’s future response to both medications and to placebo, according to a new study. The findings could have implications for clinical trials designed to test new drugs....