Tag Archives: challenges

When You’re Busy Making Other Plans

Why is it that just when I decided I was going to be vigilant about sticking to my schedule, I had to delay eating breakfast to go buy milk for my mother-in-law’s breakfast? I had decided to stick to my … Continue reading

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The Tightrope of Strengths

submitted by E.D.Becker (can also be found at Ed notes: Torah Insights Into How We Tick) As the cryptic title implies, there is a delicate tightrope which we each must walk when balancing our personal strengths and assets with our … Continue reading

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Logotherapy in marriage

An individual feels his life is meaningful when he can find a purpose to his existence; life is worth living. Similarly a couple feels their marriage is meaningful when they can find a purpose to the marriage and when they … Continue reading

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Time management or me management?

An issue that has come up for discussion in our logotherapy group is time management. It turns out that this is not a simple matter with a simple solution because we’re talking about the “me” that has to be managed. … Continue reading

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Life is a task

As soon as we make the choice of saying “I’m not a victim” we’re on the path of growth. It’s only through the process of what we do when we take the opportunities God gives us for spiritual and emotional … Continue reading

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Heavy people

Years ago I remember reading a counseling handbook titled something to the effect of “What to do with heavy people” By “heavy” the book meant people who have some kind of emotional baggage. I don’t recall what the book said, … Continue reading

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