Dawn Eden writes a column about bloggers and blogging, Blog On, in the New York Daily News every Sunday. This morning, to start off the New Year she quotes from a number of PsychBloggers, including yours truly, with advice for the New Year. Here is my post originally posted last week:
New Yorkers, like many other Americans, are assaulted daily by sensory and information overload. It is enough to drive even the most well adjusted to distraction. Luckily, a number of PsychBloggers have joined forces to offer various tried and true methods of maintaining one's sanity in the riotously cacophonous world of New York.
Sigmund, Carl and Alfred starts with a novel way to maintain self esteem and ends with a surprise.
Neo-neocon suggests a useful approach for down-regulating the global misery index, courtesy of the New York Times, and ends with a useful aphorism all parents should memorize but never admit out loud.
Dr. Helen eschews a Top 10 list [perhaps she read mine first-SW] but has high praise for one of the seven deadly sins that in the context of New York's aggressive energy may just be life saving.
And here are my "Top 10 Things You Can Do to Stay Sane in 2006":