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Letter to a Dear Friend

30 Apr, by The Depth Coach in Life, Personal Development, Psychology, Relationships, Uncategorized

(Note: The following is a letter than was written to an anonymous friend who was going through a tough time in life. My friend provided me permission to share it.) My dear friend,         Although I recognize that these past few months have been particularly trying on your spirit, I write…

Happy Presidents’ Day

20 Feb, by The Depth Coach in Design, Life, Media, Personal Development, Psychology, Uncategorized

Today we celebrate Presidents’ Day. The day was originally established in 1885 in recognition of President George Washington. The holiday became known as Presidents’ Day after the government moved it as part of the 1971 Uniform Monday Holiday Act. While more narrowly viewed as a celebration of the lives of…

MLK: Remembering a Great Man

16 Jan, by The Depth Coach in Life, Media, Uncategorized

Today, we take time to remember a great man, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., whose legacy is etched into each of us as a reminder that everyone is created equally and that we should all aspire to fight injustice and have the courage to spread Dr. Jung’s timeless message: Love…

Is Complex Psychology an Empirical Science?

25 Dec, by The Depth Coach in Academia, Life, Psychology

        In this blog, I consider whether complex psychology is an empirical science. The challenge of answering such a question is that empiricism, as a subset of epistemology, means different things to different people. In most cases, empiricism is generally accepted as the knowledge gained through the physical senses or experimentation….

Jung and Mythology

28 Aug, by The Depth Coach in Academia, Life, Media, Personal Development, Psychology, Uncategorized

         In the prologue of Memories, Dreams, Reflections, Jung introduced his autobiography as a telling of his personal myth (1961/1989, p. 3). “I can only make direct statements, ‘only tell stories.’ Whether or not the stories are ‘true’ is not the problem. The only question is whether what I tell…