Might the popularity of Buddhism in the West be a response to rising positive maladjustment?
The Theory of Positive Disintegration admittedly has a lot of jargon, but there’s a lot packed into those terms. In this post, we’ll dig into the abstraction that Dabrowski called the “third factor,” the guiding force of higher level reintegration.
Travel isn’t easy for the overexcitable. But it’s an excellent way to transform that intensity, revealing why Dabrowski thought OE could contribute to personality development. Continue reading The Coming of Age of an Overexcitable Globetrotter
Adam Grant misses the mark when he throws out authenticity and then tries to speak for nonconformists. Continue reading Reclaiming Authenticity from the MBAs
Today, on his birthday, I’m honoring Dad with mindfulness. Continue reading Mindfulness and the Personality Ideal
If you don’t have a sense that you’re in control of your destiny, it’s hard to develop executive skills. Continue reading Agency: A Foundation for Executive Function