Tag Archives: relationship development

Facebook and Psychodrama

From the perspective of this Psychodramatist, Facebook is the social manifestation and confirmation of Moreno’s essential message: we live our lives simultaneously as protagonists in our own life drama and as auxiliaries (supporting actors) in the life dramas of other people. As soon as we recognize that reality we can begin to develop the roles […]

Ouch!

We live our days and nights, our work and loves and friendships on a very crowded subway without seats. If we cannot distinguish an accidental stepping on our toes from a deliberate kick in the groin then we are in for a world of torment and trouble. But beyond that simple reality is another. Some […]

Personal Identity: We are always of a “type”

In this particular culture at this particular time most of us invest a tremendous amount of energy and time trying to become whoever we think we are supposed to become. Supposed to become because that’s what our parents, friends, family, wives, husbands or sons and daughters want us to be; and/or because we think we […]

A line in the Sand

“A line in the sand is, metaphorically, a point beyond which no further advance will be accepted or made.”  That according to Wickipedia, and probably all other phraseology references. I would like to take a closer look at that notion. Certainly the historical attributes all come from a time when there was more sand than […]