Well the text below isn’t super close to the words I actually uttered forth in my podcast, but here they… Read more 40: Anger, Depression, and Choice
39: Self-Deception is Not Necessarily Sin
SBK039 Self-Deception is Not Necessarily Sin Transcript by Microsoft Office 365 dictate/transcribe – not super great, had to do tons… Read more 39: Self-Deception is Not Necessarily Sin
38: Filling In the Gaps and Faith
Monday, February 21, 2022 There’s still a huge gap. I understand depression involves a lie, and anxiety. I understand a… Read more 38: Filling In the Gaps and Faith
37: The Source of Principles of Psychology
Where do we look for the true principles of psychology? Why not the scriptures? The concepts there are actually true,… Read more 37: The Source of Principles of Psychology
36: What Do We Do?
Sunday, January 17, 2021 So if the instant you cross the line you have to justify yourself, or in the… Read more 36: What Do We Do?
35: Leave It Alone
Full Notes: You know this thing where you can’t tell the violation from its justification—do we just say that certain… Read more 35: Leave It Alone
34: Taking a Crack At It
(Full Notes) Why would a person believe a lie, I ask again? Cognitive might recognize that the thoughts are unhelpful… Read more 34: Taking a Crack At It
33: Pride and Maladaptive Behavior
(Full Notes) Tuesday, November 17, 2020 Sometime talk about Freud’s subconscious and self-deception. Saturday, November 21, 2020 Without looking up… Read more 33: Pride and Maladaptive Behavior
32: Fine Line or Day and Night?
(Full Notes) Tuesday, November 4, 2020 To the question, is there a different quality of anxiety that is bad and… Read more 32: Fine Line or Day and Night?
31: Which Comes First – the Act or Its Excuse?
You know how with that question the answer is something like “neither” or “both” – in any case it’s not… Read more 31: Which Comes First – the Act or Its Excuse?