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I keep looking for ways to connect to life in a more meaningful manner. I have looked extensively into psychology, philosophy, spirituality.....
I found an article and have some ideas that I wrote down about Aristotle. I could not find the article again, but here are some of the ideas that I wrote down.
Aristotle believed that we should first of all be honest. This means that we should also know our vices. Being honest includes looking closely at your relationships. Do the people in your life support you with full blown and reciprocal trust? Do they want to help you in a primary way with utility. This means are they willing to support you when you need physical or emotional help. (This does not mean that you lean on your friends or family excessively.) Does it bring you pleasure to be around them? This does not mean that it has to be sexual.
Relationships are based on contracts. If that person in your life is wandering around and abusing the marital trust, perhaps you can give them a second chance. However, if the trust is continued to be abused, this can rot the very foundations of society.
The third concept to think about is your death. How do you want to leave this world? You need to be responsible for your choices and what that trail looks like. How do you want people to remember you?
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Hello, my name is Dana Lee Collins M.A.,L.P.C. I am a psychotherapist that has been trained in the art of neurofeedback. This science helps to heal the brain of trauma. I am dedicated to helping people heal.