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What philosophy can teach us about our daily life
Susi Ferrarello Ph.D.
What kind of love do you want to attract in your life?
Do women tend to hide their strength in order to be more attractive to their partners?
What is success? Is it an idea that menaces us, preventing us from taking care of ourselves and others? Or is it our ability to know what we really want to achieve?
The chronic pain of missing home.
What's rationality for you?
How can you overcome the sense of hopelessness that comes from feeling ashamed of yourself
What's the meaning of thinking? Is it different from being worried?
Is technology a problem? Was it in the past?
What is jealousy? Can we escape from it? Are you a jealous person?
Don't worry, be happy!
Love or Luck?Would you like to be betrayed, forgotten, or abandoned for other younger and more divine bodies?
Why does our sexual appetite come and go? Is sex an activity that brings pleasure because it nurtures our ego? Or is it the opposite? Is sex so good because it disrupts our ego?
How often does it happen that partners decide to put the couple before themselves as individuals?
Is marriage the place in which we find pleasure?
What is autism? What does Socrates say about it?
Sex. What's the origin of this term? What did philosophers have to say about it? Are we scared of it?
Is hypocrisy bad, or is it in fact just the natural state of the human psyche?
Is rage a feeling that should be removed from our ethical choices? Or is it an intrinsic part of our decisions without which our intentions would remain buried in our conscience?
Susi Ferrarello, Ph.D., is a professor of philosophy at the University of California, San Francisco, and a philosophical counselor.