Therapy: The Good, The Bad and The Really, Really Bad

First, let’s define psychotherapy (aka therapy). Then I will share some therapy horror stories. Therapy involves evaluating your thoughts and behaviors, identifying stresses that contribute to your condition, and working to modify both.

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Emotional Intelligence Test

Do you enjoy taking those short multiple choice tests that are all over the internet? Are you fascinated with human psychology? Want to know more about yourself? Me too!

This test is to measure your Emotional Intelligence. Being highly emotionally intelligent is so important for your mental wellbeing. If you get a lower score, you can find articles aplenty online on ways to improve your EI. If your score is high, hell, I’d put it on my resume! Click below to start.

**note: the test is free and gives you a snapshot of your results. But to get the full report, you’ll have to pay $6.95. Totally worth it!**

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Reaching the Top of Your Pyramid

I met a man who was going through a very difficult time in his life. He was intelligent, funny, handsome. We had similar backgrounds and families. But he had lost his job, his home, and all of his possessions due to few bad decisions and even more bad luck. But none of that mattered to me. I was crazy about him.

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My Experience With Psychological Testing- Part II

The purpose of psychological testing is to create definitive diagnoses of psychiatric conditions and prescriptive protocols. The testing recommendations give mental health professionals a Road Map for treatment. Therapists, treatment programs, and doctors use recommendations to create an efficient and effective path towards the best possible outcome.

Oh my, what complete bullshit that is!

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