Monthly Archives: March 2014

If we feed or babies organic, choose plastic over glass, buy the safest car seat, we hope to raise a healthy child…

If we feed or babies organic, choose plastic over glass, buy the safest car seat, we hope to raise a healthy child.  But perhaps focusing our energy on these concrete anxieties distracts us from the more important things:  dedicating our love … Continue reading

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Is there such as thing as a healthy level of narcissism?

Why has someone’s pursuit of self knowledge, creative expression and a balanced sense of self esteem and self worth become reduced to pathology?  Can’t one establish a healthy sense of self worth/self esteem without becoming grandiose or overly self indulgent.? In … Continue reading

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