Helpful Psychology Accepting a Reality that Feels Unacceptable

Reality what is it good for?

I've been feeling a little uneasy lately because I am not sure what is real and what is a whole bunch of nonsense produced by the highest powers. There is clearly a pandemic. I know of a few people that got COVID-19 but not really anyone that died. I have heard a lot about death on the news and read article after article keeping up with the news. Some of the smartest people in the world are belittled when some of the most powerful people ignore reality.

One of my goals while waiting for that big break is to make friends with authors and content providers that I find helpful. I consider myself a reasonable human without a lack of empathy or clear disregard for logic. I fear that society is getting away from what is real and moving to promote just what sells. During one of my moments of disgust toward the current situation, I googled "10 steps on how to deal with someone that doesn't accept reality" in hopes to understand how I can feel better about someone else's problem.

Check out the article with some cool video effects from musicvid.org because the straight video is a little boring. I also like to put s little background music ever since I started podcasting as I find that it adds a little to the flow of the readings. Be sure to check out my little review of the article along with a critique of some comments after the video.

After finding the article I emailed Dr. Nancy Colier to be sure I can reproduce the article via voiceover without any copyright issues and the idea was well-received. I am excited to share the information and also happy that I have a little psychology in my portfolio. The original article Accepting a Reality that Feels Unacceptable is part of the series of blog posts on psychologytoday.com titled Inviting A Monkey to Tea. Also, check out all of the books available from Dr. Colier on Amazon.com and see how they can be helpful in your life.

Titles available on Amazon from Nancy Colier 

Nancy Colier LCSW, Rev.

Nancy Colier is a psychotherapist, interfaith minister, author, public speaker, mindfulness teacher and relationship coach.  A longtime student of Eastern spirituality, mindfulness practices form the ground of her work.  She is the author of  the upcoming Can't Stop Thinking (early 2021), The Power of Off: The Mindful Way to Stay Sane in a Virtual World (Sounds True Publishing, Nov, 2016), Inviting a Monkey to Tea: Befriending Your Mind and Discovering Lasting Contentment (Hohm Press, 2012) and Getting Out of Your Own Way: Unlocking Your True Performance Potential (Luminous Press, 2001). Nancy is a national speaker on wellbeing and mindfulness, and technology-related topics including parenting, addiction, and work-life balance.  She is also a regular blogger for Psychology Today and Huffington Post.  Nancy is identified as a thought leader in the media and appears regularly on national television and radio. In addition, Nancy spent 25 years as a top-ranked equestrian on the national horse show circuit and serves as a performance consultant to competitive athletes, professional artists, and corporate executives. She is available for individual psychotherapy, public speaking, mindfulness training, and spiritual counseling.