Tuesday, May 24, 2016

The 10th Anniversary

Unbelievable that this blog has stayed alive 10 years. I've had fish that haven't lasted that long. But in all fairness, marine fish are a little on the vulnerable side. They do best when they've listened to Brene Brown's  TED Talk, The Power of Vulnerability.

Not that I haven't always encouraged them to express themselves, to be authentic, above all.
Watchman Gobi, a little nervous

The blog, for all its longevity, suffers from Attention Deficit Disorder. I've tested it, and it is obvious that it rarely stays on one topic for longer than a day. We jump all over the place in this spot, from birth to death, order to disorder, to food, hobbies, conferences air travel, anywhere this anonymous blogger has traveled to lately, and always, always, we discuss relationships of all kinds.

It can be a chore though.  So why not experiment for a week, maybe two, assuming the experimenter can go that long. We're going to try to beat the ADD.

A snapshot a day for two weeks, not counting Saturday and Sunday. You can use those days to catch watch some baseball.

If you subscribe to this blog by email, your mailbox will be glutted, so feel free, delete right away. You know how to find this place.

But don't unsubscribe. Because the chances are excellent that I'll quit and go back to writing once or twice a month. ,

Anyway, this is the lineup for the next few hopefully short posts:

Insanity in High School, (because it used to be college, see, now it is high school)
1000 Ways to Live Wild, (it's a book)
a peak at psychologist-starring television shows like IN TREATMENT and The Bob Newhart Show,
Chuck Lorre's Vanity Cards,
and Transgenerational Addiction, brought to life by the television show MOM.

Can this be done?

Probably not.

Talk to you tomorrow.

therapydoc






5 comments:

Anonymous said...

I was wondering when you would get to the family disfunction hijinks that repeats itself on MOM.....You could probably show a clip in a class and say today we are talking about baggage and transgenational problems..also talk about children of adult alcoholics and how is show is a perfect example.

Anonymous said...

I, for one, am looking forward to more posts by you. I get alot of your posts!

therapydoc said...

Thanks so much for the encouragement. I would've discussed Mom sooner if I had really known about it, but somehow it passed me by.

clairesmum said...

Just catching up...what IS transgenerational addiction? I don't do much TV or popular culture, so the reference to MOM is lost on me......always enjoy what you post, whenever it appears.

therapydoc said...

Anything that is passed through the generations is transgenerational. When it is three generations we start to see a bit of a pattern, pay attention.