Timothy Rogers, MA, LMFT
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist mfc101500
- Let me be the last therapist you see - TM
Helping you get to the root of why you can’t remember so that you never forget.
TIMOLOGY is any combination of phrases, statements or words for Psychology based on explanations in which Tim Rogers (a real licensed psychotherapist) has single handedly created or more likely overheard from somewhere in the ethos of life, but for whatever reason, the original orator lacked the wit required for long lasting legacy status.
These statements, phrases and words, words, words are Tim's personally enhanced versions of well established psychological explanations of what may or may not be going on for us all inside our noggins. As we all continue our fearful yet courageous pursuit of remembering our true Selves.
Thing is, with timology, each explanation gives particular emphasis to a play on words or turn of phrase, even a double or triple ontondra! This significantly differs from the more definitive diagnostic or empirically measured and therefore more "clinically valid use or definition.
IN OTHER WORDS, TIMOLOGY IS MEANT TO GENUINELY HELP OTHERS REMEMBER THAT THEY HAVE THEIR ANSWERS WITHIN THEM SELVES. THEY JUST NEED SOME HELP/SUPPORT/GUIDANCE REMEMBERING THEM SELVES FROM TIM(E) TO (TIM)E.
TIMOLOGY PHRASE: "THE MORE OF YOU YOU ARE, THE MORE OF YOU YOU ARE."
Using the exact same words, Tim is reminding you what you've already known to be true: Be yourSelf, that's how you stay yourSelf. - wait, I think that's another Timology!
"When we feel judged as adults, we're listening with childhood ears." - a Timology original quote
JOY STEALING is the intrusion of a negative or even practical thought just at moment you have given your Self permission to be proud, excited, hopeful or joyful about something. Especially something you've accomplished. Example: You've earned an A on the first of your two huge final exams for the class! You studied hard, made social sacrifices for and it paid off! Then "for some reason" you think, the professor did say this was the easier of the two exams..."