While I was there I was asked to guest lecture in a class and to address a dispute resolution group and saw a large number of old friends and students. It is rewarding to see people I've taught in successful careers.
I have always found it valuable to teach people across levels. From post-graduates with multiple degrees to business clients to junior college students and even kids (meaning five and six year olds) I've always enjoyed teaching, and learning from those I am teaching. I'm looking forward to both the junior college class and the professional association. I will learn from both.
Irrational Ideas -- #1 -- just think of this next time you see an irrational essay or person.
The 12 Irrational Ideas -- the original essay about Albert Ellis that prompted #1.
BLieter points out:
DSM-IV-TR says the most useful way to distinguish the personality disorders for differential diagnosis is this:
Histrionics are coquettish
Antisocials are callous
Borderlines are needy
Schizotypals and paranoids are socially withdrawn
Narcissists are grandiose
Oh, both Narcissists and Obsessive-Compulsives are perfectionists, but only narcissists believe themselves to be perfect
Useful for considering the various types of problems some clients can cause and how to deal with them.
Funny, the week my Mom suggested this is what she was going to do, a web site shows up to help you calculate the numbers.
Anyway, some random posts, ones that might help someone learn something.
Interesting non-LDS essay on abortion