[ pərˈspektiv (n.): a particular attitude toward or way of regarding something; a point of view. ]
I’ve begun to notice some conversational patterns that emerge in therapy. One such pattern is the conversation that arises over the idea of a person’s perspective. Read More
As my colleagues at Roubicek and Thacker will attest, I am a Star Wars fanatic. I love how archetypes and philosophical truths are blended with fantasy, fiction, and cool technology. Next month another Star Wars movie – Solo – will be released. Though many more things about the famous smuggler will be revealed in a few short weeks, I am confident that the overall message of the life of the character of Han Solo can teach us many things about how we meet our self-care needs in the context of relationships.
In the original Star Wars movie (Episode IV – A New Hope), Han Solo is portrayed as a selfish, smuggler and scoundrel that only cares about himself. After rescuing Princess Leia from the Death Star (mostly because of Luke Skywalker’s suggestion that saving a rich princess could be lucrative), he has the following conversation with Leia: Read More