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Modern Myth #4 — Do Whatever Feels Good To You

A great myth in our society tells people to do whatever feels good to them.  This idea has risen to the level of a god in our culture.  However, are feelings always a good guide for behavior? Feelings are frequently … Continue reading

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A Coach And A Critic

Here’s an original poem called A Coach And A Critic.  It was originally published in my book:  Your Sperm Won — Experiencing Your Value As A Championship Human Being.   A coach and a critic Stood side by side, Watching … Continue reading

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