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Tell Me if I'm Wrong...Because I want to be Right! - Part 1
Dr. Kori Propst
in Mental Edge
April 08, 2014
2 minutes read
“Kori, help!”

“I don’t know what to do!”

“I’m having a tantrum…”

“I’m undecided and I don’t like it.”

“What is wrong with me that I feel this way?!”
Tell Me if I'm Wrong...Because I want to be Right! - Part 2
Dr. Kori Propst in Mental Edge
April 08, 2014 · 7 minutes read
In my previous post, I posed this question: Do you challenge your first thought and work at discovering alternatives that might prove you wrong?
Tell Me if I'm Wrong...Because I want to be Right! - Part 3
Dr. Kori Propst in Mental Edge
April 08, 2014 · 5 minutes read
The concept of “flow” is a useful tool to describe how moving toward opportunities of dissonance (discomfort) as well as being among others whom we can trust to hold our tensions as we practice holding them ourselves, is necessary for developing a more complex self.
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