Tag Archives: Anthony J. Marsella

Loving a Lifer

by Anthony J. Marsella The emergence of a global era — a borderless psychological and physical milieu –confronts us with new and bewildering challenges to identity formation, change, and assertion. Age-old questions regarding identity — “Who am I?” What do … Continue reading

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The better word is…

by Anthony J. Marsella To the many experiencing a diminution in their activism, and questioning their powers and commitment, I say:  The better term is “demoralization.”  Not depression, nor any other pathological condition.  Rather a normal response to life conditions … Continue reading

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 by Anthony J. Marsella, Ph.D.  Awe and Reverence in Day and Night In 2016, Winter in the Northern hemisphere began on Wed, 21 Dec, 10:44 a.m. GMT–shortest day of the year. For thousands of years, humans sought to understand the … Continue reading

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Two Paths in the Wood: “Choice” of Life or War, Part 1

“Choice:” Poetic, Personal, and Political from guest author Dr. Anthony Marsella.* The Road Not Taken Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both. . . .  Somewhere ages and ages hence, Two roads diverged in … Continue reading

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