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Feeling alienated from your inner core? You're not alone.
How can we find the right balance in advocating for our children? Help them find their creative struggle.
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Why is it so hard to move beyond polarization? It's as difficult as turning trauma into redemption.
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Why are people so surprised by outgoing introverts? It's an energy thing.
Can growth and progress ever be a bad thing? It depends on how you measure it.
Tired of problems and labels? Let's start embracing this human condition again.
Are you a Steve Jobs power-player who loves to schmooze with people but then needs desperately to hide away like an Emily Dickinson hermit? You may be an ambivert.
Has anybody ever told you that "you're just too sensitive"? A new take on why that's a very good thing.
How can we become artists again? By reclaiming our introvert superpowers.
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Looking for a quick and easy way to up the creativity in your work meetings? Go for a walk!
Do you ever wish you could improvise on life's changes like a jazz player? Whether you're a musician or not, you can live life creatively!
Michael Alcee, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist, TEDx speaker, and author who specializes in using his background in music, literature, and the arts to showcase the transformative power of psychotherapy.