Posted October 31, 2017 in Monthly News

Addiction to Being Right and Universal Recovery

In 1991, Edward de Bono published a book that seems to fit the tenor of current times: I Am Right, You Are Wrong. We (humans and probably all mammals) become addicted to patterns of thought. When patterns produce desired results, they are reinforced, making it more likely we will repeat the pattern, which reinforces it—making […]

Posted April 30, 2016 in Monthly News

The Nonsense of Life

Debra‚Äôs article for this month begs the question of whether life needs to make sense. Without a doubt, most people question the meaning of life at some point in their lives. Childhood is a time of seeking answers to questions by asking them of parents and other adults. Children are typically satisfied with the answers […]