How To Live Without Love In Your Life

By Dr. Jordan / May 31, 2018 /

Every once and a while I have to rewrite a post, either because I think of something that updates the information in it or I get feedback that the post needs more work. This post needed more work, so here it goes… First and foremost, let me be clear, living without love can be one…

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Alone For The Holidays

By Dr. Jordan / December 25, 2012 /

Being alone is difficult enough, never mind being alone on the holidays. It’s important that you have a psychological ‘strategy’ in mind to cope with the experience. You don’t want to be wandering around during the holidays looking for something to do and feeling bad about yourself. Being around people you know will be useful…

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How A Pet Helped My Love-Life

By Dr. Jordan / November 16, 2012 /

In the course of your love-life, you might find yourself alone. Maybe you’re between relationships or you’ve decided to be alone for awhile because of a bad love-life experience. Whatever the reason, when you’re alone it’s a good time to repair your ability to love and be loved. Believe it or not, a ‘warm-blooded’ pet…

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Science of Being Alone

By Dr. Jordan / June 27, 2012 /

At one point long ago the word ‘alone’ was ‘all-one.’ The underlying meaning of the word changed from a positive emphasis on ‘oneness’ or individuality to the negative implication of being unhappy ‘by oneself.’ Now when we use the word alone, most people will think of an experience worth avoiding. As in “I’m all alone.”…

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