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We Live in a Zoo

Not long ago I was privileged to host Sheri for an intervention. For weeks afterward, she said that feeling unconditionally loved during our time together had changed the way she saw everything: herself, other people, and more. One day she called…
The Spiral of Disability

The Spiral of Disability

Last year I saw Blaine, a man of considerable intellect and energy. He was CEO of a corporation and master of a relatively large domain. But he knew absolutely nothing about feeling or giving Real Love, so he felt empty and alone. One of many…
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Open-Minded vs. Self-Conscious

Sarah called and said, "I just don't know what to do with my mother." "In what way?" I asked. "When I tell her anything about myself, or what I'm doing, she comments on it, and makes suggestions, and every single time she misunderstands…
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Anti-Depressants

Never in my life have I seen anything more effective for the elimination of depression—and often many other mental health disorders—than the consistent implementation of unconditional love. On occasion, however, I see one of two conditions…

Those Voices

Sara spoke to me on Skype and said, “I’m so anxious. When I was with you, I felt so loved, but I just lost it. When I wake up, the fear just comes over me. It overwhelms me. Then I feel depressed.” “Whoa,” I said. She looked…
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Beginning the Rut

When I first met Grant, he was depressed and had little relationship with his wife and adult children. I loved him and helped him see how his critical and demeaning view of himself and others had come from long ago, when he was a child. Grant…

Effects of Fear

The entire universe exists in an abundant, loving state of harmony, except for ME on the occasions when I choose to be afraid.

Only Compassion

When people are empty and afraid, they become insane. If we really know this, we’ll never feel anger toward them, only compassion.

We Live in a Zoo

Not long ago I was privileged to host Sheri for an intervention. For weeks afterward, she said that feeling unconditionally loved during our time together had changed the way she saw everything: herself, other people, and more. One day she called…

STOP IT!!

A married couple, Jack and Amy, were telling me how unhappy they were. Amy was an attacker who angrily criticized people—especially Jack and her children—from the time she opened her eyes in the morning until she fell asleep at night. She…
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Digging Ditches in the Rain--and the Lessons in Mistakes

One recent evening, as I was working at my computer, I heard rain falling heavily on the roof. I got up and changed into my work clothes, at which point my wife, Donna, asked, "Where are you going?" "Outside, of course." "In this rain?" "Oh…