James Ullrich, M.A. LMHCA

Great NYT article on commuting’s emotional and physical cost

Originally published on my Psychology Today blog. This article in today’s New York Times, Commuting’s Hidden Cost, resonated with me and spoke to an issue that has received a criminally low amount of discussion in recent years. It’s a well-written indictment of our country’s commuting trend and […]

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Social Isolation in Work-Obsessed America

Originally published on my blog “The Modern Time Crunch” for Psychology Today.                 A friend and I recently discussed the isolation that can come from being too ensconced in work. He ought to know, having been an excellent student and worker […]

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The Perils of Perfectionism Part II

Originally published on my blog “Modern Time Crunch” for Psychology Today.                       Negative self-talk, lack of dichotomy, and unreasonable goals are all perils of perfectionism and should be guarded against as we strive for better work and […]

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Perfectionism as a Roadblock to Productivity

Originally published on my blog “The Modern Time Crunch” for Psychology Today.                        Far from being a motivator for productivity, perfectionism (or more precisely, the byproducts of it) can be a debilitating pattern that inhibits healthy functioning. Though […]

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