The Will to Power < 2012 Style

The opposite of love is not hate, according to Carl Jung, but the will to power. This concept reasserts itself on an annual basis, likely because it has to do with being assertive as opposed to aggressive. This post was in reaction to an earlier post about a power struggle with Maverick back in 2007; in …

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A Cheeky Excerpt from From MBF

Click on over to Trafalgar Square Books' blog and have read. [You'll see the Insta post to your right, maybe, if you're not on your phone; in any case, this link is direct!] *** Many Brave Fools: A Story of Addiction, Dysfunction, Codependency… and Horses is AVAILABLE NOW. Preorder your copy today: > In the …

The Will to Power < 2012 Style

I've written about this before, but things have changed. I wrote this, specifically, five-ish years ago: Where does it cross the line, though, into irreparability? Is there room for compromise, for example? 'It' = getting the horse doing what he's meant to do. Is there room for compromise? How do I adjust, allowing for the …