Healing Our Wounds – Excerpt From “Letters to Sam” – A Grandfather’s Lessons On Love, Loss, and the Gifts of Life by Daniel Gottlieb
Healing Our Wounds By Daniel Gottlieb – Author of Letters to Sam Dear Sam, Shortly after my accident, an occupational therapist introduced me to an anti-gravity device that would help me gain some use of my arms. The therapist strapped me into slings counterbalanced with springs, so my arms were literally weightless. Splints were attached [...]
“The Identity Code” – The 8 Essential Questions for Finding Your Purpose and Place in the World by Larry Ackerman
This book will introduce you to yourself. Despite what you may have been told when you were a child, you cannot be whatever you want to be in life — you are already what you were meant to be. The secret to uncovering who you are, and your purpose, is built into you in the [...]
Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is a formidable personality disorder. It is a complex and multifaceted mental illness that negatively impacts efforts to build relationships. In fact, if anything, the issues that those diagnosed with BPD have, often make relationships next to impossible to manage in any way that is constructive and age-appropriate.
Dr. Marsha Linehan pioneered one of the most popular therapies for the treatment of BPD called Dialectical Skills Training (DBT) One of the central principles of DBT, housed within the Distress Tolerance Module of Linehan’s Skills Training is Radical Acceptance.