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Understanding Coyote Thoughts: The Good, Bad and Hurtful
I have used my approach to combating Trickster Thoughts widely, from decreasing depression and anxiety to increasing college sports performance with very good results...
Go to Bed, You Freak! Scary Personality Traits Linked to Night Owls
People with a predilection for late nights are more likely to have characteristics of the “Dark Triad”—narcissism, Machiavellianism (meaning manipulative by nature) and psychopathy...
Coyote Thoughts: The Deadly Tricksters
Dr. Beau Washington
Trickster Thoughts are thoughts that are possible but not accurate. They are only "slightly off" so they often fool us into believing that they are true...
Coyote Thoughts: Indian Mad or Trickster Mad?
Everyone gets mad from time to time. Often it is justified. But not all mad is created equal. A friend introduced me to the phrase, “Indian Mad...
Coyote Thoughts: Tricksters Can Spoil Your Day
Dr. Beau Washington
The basic belief in evidence-based psychology is that thoughts cause feelings in most cases. Let’s say that a mountain lion came into the room where we are...
Study Shows Dogs React to Human Tears
Tucked tails and bowed heads are empathetic behaviors, researchers said...