“Bewitched, bothered, and bewildered am I” wrote US songwriter Lorenz Hart about the feeling of infatuation. It’s blissful and euphoric, as we all know. But it’s also addicting, messy and blinding. Without careful monitoring, its wild wind can rage through your life leaving you much like the lyrics of a country song: without a wife, […]
I have decided to dedicate a post on Thursday to therapy, and offer you the many tips I have learned on the couch. They will be a good reminder for me, as well, of something small I can concentrate on. Many of them are published in my book, “The Pocket Therapist: An Emotional Survival Kit.”
An eagle knows that a storm is approaching long before the storm comes. He will hoist himself way up high and wait for the winds to come. Then, when the storm arrives, he steers his wings so that the wind will raise him up and lift him above the storm. While the squall thunders below, the eagle is gliding above it. He hasn’t dodged the storm. He has simply used the fierce winds to lift him higher.