Author Archives: Stanley S. Smith

About Stanley S. Smith

Psychodramatist,teacher, trainer, and life coach specializing in situational change. My professional biography is available at psychodramacertification.org

Knock on the Door

So many ideas gather at the Water Cooler I call my brain that the chatter and gossip bump into each other and my observer role can’t keep up. Which way to go, which bread crumb of a conversation will lead … Continue reading

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Back to Basics

I am writing this blog, on this site, after a very long time. Two other blogs, and family life (happily), and a natural inclination to mistake having an idea for actually doing something, have conspired to make it so. Ah, … Continue reading

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Return

It’s been to long since I posted on this blog and finally I am at it again. Three other sites have taken my attention, and may be worth a few minutes of your time. I do an occasional piece for … Continue reading

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One of the truths about aging is that there is only one way out, and unless we are in constant pain of one kind or another the door marked exit is unappealing. So the daily question for us is “can … Continue reading

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Plasticity

Current research on the ability of the brain to “learn new tricks” is known as neuroplasticity.neuroplasticity. It tells us that flexibility of the brain is as important and as possible to achieve as is flexibility of the body. What that … Continue reading

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Plasticity

Current research on the ability of the brain to “learn new tricks” is known as neuroplasticity.neuroplasticity. It tells us that flexibility of the brain is as important and as possible to achieve as is flexibility of the body. What that … Continue reading

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The Separation

The Separation, winner of the foreign films Academy Awards for Foreign films is without a doubt the best movie I’ve seen in years. And in terms of speaking to aging and what that process can do to a family it … Continue reading

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