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To Go—And Perish—Where Others Fear To Tread

April 22, 2019

MoJo columnist Timothy Tate, a psychotherapist and consultant to The North Face adventure team, examines why some court risk and others get exhilaration by watching others take chances
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When People Become Lost, When Do You Intervene?

April 11, 2019

Like Search and Rescue for those lost in the woods, people facing addiction or mental illness can also require the assistance of people who care.  Psychotherapist Timothy Tate explores the deep impact of intervention.
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In The Winter Of Life, Dreams Prepare Us For What May Come

March 14, 2019 // Community

Thomas Cole's "The Voyage of Life—Old Age"
Getting old need not be a season of dread. As Timothy Tate says, it can be an opportunity to embrace who we are
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The War Veteran Who Had A Dream—In Which He Was Visited By A Midget

February 21, 2019 // Community

A soldier copes with a bad dream
By courting the images that come to us during sleep and drawing upon their messages, our dreams within can help us achieve more meaningful, peaceful outer lives
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Dreams: What Are They Trying To Tell Us?

January 22, 2019

   Dreams can seem more real than reality.
Flowing forth from the streams of our unconsciousness are insights sometimes more profound and visions more real than what we know when our eyes are open
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Navigating The Wilderness Within

January 10, 2019

Artwork courtesy John Felsing
Timothy Tate: Just as the backcountry brings perils, so, too, the mental space filled with charged emotions at the start of a new year. 
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