Take the Shoe-on-the-Other-Foot Test
Fairness affects many areas of our life. And yet, even though there’s consensus that things should be fair, it doesn’t always turn out that way. That’s because some folks have no intention of being fair; others evaluate fairness based on how something affects them rather than considering how they’d feel if the roles were reversed…. [Read More]
How to Have the Courage to Move into A Brave Place
Guest Post by LaRae Quy Life can suck. There are days when things go so badly that you want a refund. We’ve all heard that acceptance is the key to good psychological health, but that does nothing more than leave us in a continual state of anxiety because what we all want is a semblance… [Read More]
Are You Open- or Closed-Minded?
Do You Live in the Dark? The Danger of Being Uninformed
Close your eyes. What do you see? Nothing? Let me ask you a different way: Close your office door. What’s happening outside your four walls? You’re not sure, you say? The fact is, when you live behind closed doors; when you build walls around yourself; when you’re close-minded and tune out others’ viewpoints; and when… [Read More]