Category Archives: Logic

Two Therapists Talking: Logic vs Emotion

In this episode of Two Therapists Talking, Jasmine St. John and I talk about the confusion that can occur when one personal approaches something from an emotional perspective and the other from a logical perspective. If you have questions or a … Continue reading

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Rational Versus Irrational…

I’m generally a proponent of acting rationally. Our actions tend to be more with what we want to achieve. We don’t expect others to do things that are unreasonable. And we don’t ignore the facts of the situation. When we … Continue reading

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When a Discussion Isn’t a Discussion

It seems like having actual discussions and debate is becoming a lost art lately.  I mean real, open discussions where things remain on topic and people offer differing thoughts, facts and opinions in response to those same things offered from … Continue reading

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