Mind Games: Manipulation

By Paula Bianchi – Manipulation has been used as a tool to get what we want for eons. It’s something that we learn while we’re babies, then, we hone and expand our skills throughout our lives. Some of us become masters in manipulation. Every personality type, uses manipulation differently. Some may use it for the […]

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Mind Games: Assuming

By Paula Bianchi – Assuming is a mind game we all play. We can assume something to be true without the evidence to support it. Some of us may assume a goal is out of our reach, when in fact, it isn’t. We assume we can’t fix something, when, we actually can. We even assume […]

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Mind Games: Racism

By Paula Bianchi – I know I’m about to tackle a very controversial topic of our times, but I feel compelled to do so because it’s something that the human race has had to endure since the beginning of our time here on Earth. The idea that one group of people are more superior than […]

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Mind Games: Acceptance

By Paula Bianchi – The most important psychological tool I learned to use from therapy was: acceptance. Without it, I never would have moved on from my tortured past. I say tortured in the sense of dealing with my own thoughts and emotions about being molested when I was a kid. It’s indescribable the thoughts, […]

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Mind Games: Lying

By Paula Bianchi – Lying has got to be the most important lesson we’ll learn while we’re here. With every opportunity we have to lie, we have an equal opportunity not to lie. Many of the mind games we play in our heads, come from lies. Whether they’re our own lies or lies told by […]

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Mind Games: Judging People

By Paula Bianchi – Judging people has become an American pass time since our easy access to millions of people through the internet. With the gift of anonymity, some people are going out of their way to humiliate, demean, and bully others. Why? Because, they feel they have a right to. The act of judging […]

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Mind Games: Worry

By Paula Bianchi – Since we all worry, I thought this would be a good mind game to cover and try to point out some ways to rise above it, because worry is something we use to project our worst-case scenarios. It’s also a way we may choose to react to things that are out […]

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