[Soul Therapy, Part 3 of 3 extends to perspectives on depression and anti-depressants, borderline personality tendencies, the value of the chilling darkness within the soul, and some resources of further interest.]
A 3-part series [5 minutes each] about the diminishment of psychology for treating the soul
“The Christian passion psychologically: Voluntary acceptance of suffering produces a transformation… sufficiently powerful to transcend tragedy and to keep malevolence at bay.”
Brené (Brown) and (John) Gray need an institute like (John) Gottman…situated on our planet (between Venus and Mars). Shame is a fifth Gottman horseman, or the livery where all four are all bridled.
Let ’em judge themselves, like I do… [2.5 minute read]
Hopelessness, powerlessness, God, and shame. Repressing our evil potential co-represses celebrating our goodness. Suffering is our fate, and why the Redeemer came. Psychology yaps out both sides of its mouth, so I prefer a Polish poet.