Happy Leap Day…well, I think…

On this, the last day of February, I recall how I used to pity those poor kids who could only celebrate their birthdays on the actual date, every couple of years.  I felt uncomfortable about the ambiguous nature of the leap year birthday. I mean, those poor kids had to hesitate and figure out anContinue reading “Happy Leap Day…well, I think…”

Seattle Here We Come!

Late this afternoon, I completed my final assignments for Personality Theory class and now have a 4 day break before the new term begins. Man!  That class was difficult!  I’ve never written so much in my life, but I’m happy to say that I have a 4 point and my professor just recommended I publishContinue reading “Seattle Here We Come!”

Don’t Shoot the Messenger! – The Psychological Purpose for Denial

  Are any of you familiar with the Tom Stoppard absurdist  play, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead?   It is about how two servants (that had minor roles in Shakespeare’s Hamlet)  were so naive that they walked into a situation that ended them, just because they delivered a message that someone didn’t want to hear.Continue reading “Don’t Shoot the Messenger! – The Psychological Purpose for Denial”