Episode 2: Brutal Honesty and Sparking Change (with David P. Robbins)

David P. Robbins is a rare breed of therapist and psychologist who believes in the power of brutal honesty and personal accountability – he labels his approach “Give ‘Em Both Barrels” (or GEBB). In this chat, we discuss the nature … Continue reading

Communing With Our Demons: Metaprogramming Automatic Thinking

This is a guest post by Erick Godsey at Metaprogramming, a fantastic site that’s described as “Where Science and and Self-Development Take Psilocybin Together.” Check it out! “Man can know himself only in so far as he can become conscious … Continue reading

7 Mind-Dissecting Questions to Help Others Get to the Root of Any Problem

People ask us for help all of the time – maybe you’re a therapist helping a patient, or a manager dealing with a coworker, or a teacher aiding a student. When put in these types of positions, your goal is … Continue reading

Why It’s Worth It To Pay The Costs of Being Yourself

“Being yourself” isn’t always easy. It means being honest about who you are – how you think and feel and act – and sometimes that may turn people off. In this way, being yourself comes with costs. People will see … Continue reading

3 Reasons Your Therapist May Be Failing You

Before I begin, I must say that I’m not against therapy whatsoever. Therapy can be an incredibly valuable tool in improving yourself and well-being. Therapists provide social support, someone to listen to you, and often times someone to give you … Continue reading