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The second strategy for how to develop a relationship with your conscience and be happier about your decisions is to tell yourself the truth.
In the smallest of ways catch yourself when you are lying to yourself.
Is this in my best interest? For example, do I really want to go there? Is this depleting me? Am I treating myself with respect?
Am I ignoring reality and pretending my behavior won’t have a detrimental effect?
Does my behavior ma …
The Truth About Lies – Part II* – Parshat Lech Lecha
There is a popular saying: "Never meet your idols." Too often you find out that they don’t live up to your expectations of them. When you put them on a pedestal, very often you de-humanize them and in fact take away from their greatness. They are quite fallible and, well, human. The greater they are, the greater the disappointment. What we expect from them is to be metahumans. …
Mrs. B, a woman in the early fifties, has been plagued by anxiety for decades. Her mother was diagnosed with schizophrenia and she grew up as a neglected, unwanted, unloved child. She is married with six children and seems to have a good life, but her anxiety creates a multitude of problems for herself and in her relationships.
She experiences heart palpitations, tightness in her chest and irregular breathing. To escape these sensations, she star …
Chanoch l’naar al pi darko, gam ki yazkin lo yasur mimenu” – Train the youth according to his way, so that even when he ages he will not deviate from it. (Mishlei 22:6)
That is one of the ways to translate and understand this pasuk in Mishlei. It means that once you have trained a child in a certain way he or she will maintain that way throughout his or her entire life. The catch is “a certain way.” …
There are lots of tiny decisions we all make every day. What is the best thing to do? What would make you happy with yourself looking back at the end of your life? These are the kinds of questions logotherapy addresses.
Is there a way you can know which will be the most satisfying and meaningful choice?
We can address the question in one of two ways: in the moment and long term.
In the moment, you can be still and listen, and you will hear and in …
Cain's Choice in the Here and Now– Parshat Bereishit
Omni-temporal Man - Part III
Choice. An empowering word. An intimidating word. It can mean choosing between chocolate and vanilla ice cream or whether or not to marry. It gives us the ability to feel control over our lives yet it can also paralyze us.
Cain had a choice.1 In Parshat Bereishit, we read that he was unhappy with God's reaction to his sacrifice but what could he do. Furtherm …