Kelly Flanagan on digital detox. NOT A SAFE POST! 🙂
In celebration of grandfathers.
The Oxford English Dictionary’s 2016 Word of the Year was post-truth, an adjective describing “circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals to …
This is Kelly Flanagan at his best. A must read.
It has been said so often it is now cliché: you have to work on your marriage. I wish I’d known fifteen years ago, when I got married, how false that truism actually is… Our first honeymoon was a b…
Kelly Flanagan makes so much sense and is so fresh. A must read, I would say.
A very moving letter of a father to his growing daughter.
Kelly Flanagan is an author I often read with great benefit. Like in this case. Enjoy! Or maibe this is not the right word.
Some good lessons of blogging.
For some time now I am following the personal blog of Kelly Flanagan, a clinical psychologist living in Wheaton, Ill. The text he has just published is, up to this moment, the best I have read this Christmas. Here is just a fragment, the most important one, I think.
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I don’t believe in identity formation anymore.
Because figuring out who we are isn’t about making something new; it’s about seeing something old. There’s no such thing as identity formation; there is only identity recognition. There is only a new awareness of something original in us. In the end, we don’t make something of ourselves; we glimpse something of ourselves. Continue reading “Kelly Flanagan on Unwrapping the Real You”