A distribution channel is the tactical route you take to get your resume in the hands of a decision maker capable of authorizing your employment. Once upon a time, there were two primary distribution channels: networking and responding to classified ads. But times have changed.
Psychotherapy is under siege. There is an increasingly hostile war being waged within the mental health field. A heated battle for the hearts and minds of the profession and public. One which will determine whether we progressively advance as a society in our psychological understanding and treatment of mental disorders or dangerously regress. Ready for a revolution?
When your life breaks down you can either fall apart by holding on to the past or get excited and check out the new direction you are going in. If you can trust that positive forces are at work for you, you can be suddenly awakened to a new dimension of your life direction.
Readers about the Penn State childhood abuse scandal to a person claim they would have rushed to interrupt Sandusky's decades of officially enabled abuse of children. No they wouldn't have—they would have stood by, supported Sandusky, and attacked the abuse victims—like everyone in "Happy Valley" did.
The Wizard of Oz is possibly the most frequently watched movie in history. Yet its timeless message is lost on us. While it doesn't say so outright, the subject it deals with is bullying, and we have abandoned its lessons, insisting on doing precisely what it teaches us not to do.
I'd known my friend and her husband for about twelve years. I had always got along with her husband and we went on a group holiday about three years ago and that's when her husband and I became friendly. We had a lot in common and could laugh and joke about things. I thought we were genuine friends.
Gobble Day is here. Are you preparing to stuff yourself? Or already lying on the sofa clutching your food baby? The truth is that Thanksgiving dinner is structured in such a way that even the most bird-like eater is likely to overindulge.
"On a typical day, Jimmy and I would spend an hour a day with Stevie, doing business. I mean, we weren't doing crimes every day. We weren't animals, and except for the business aspect of our lives, we had boring, regular lives."
One year ago today my 14-and-a-half-year-old Vizsla, Ody, departed from this world with the help of Home-to-Heaven Pet Euthanasia Service. At the time, I worried that I was acting too soon. But given a year to grieve and reflect, I think that I probably waited too long.
This season we say "Joy to the world" without thinking much about what that would take. Today I'm arguing that it would take each of us taking "different strokes for different folks" more personally. Where you stand depends on where you sit. Factor that in, and don't pretend that you're the unbiased realist.