Myths & Facts of Dissociative Disorder

In certain Southeast Asian cultures, individuals who are experiencing “trance” tend to be regarded as “special” and can “help others” while at the same time enjoying monetary donations, despite their “social calling.”

For someone who was trained in Western ways of thinking,

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Fear of Success

I have never been one to fear success.  I love success.  It’s fun.  It feels good.  It leads to praise and rewards.  In fact, one of the major motivating factors in my life has been a fear of failure. 

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Helpers Who Hurt

Helpers Who Hurt

Novels that feature therapists and the therapeutic process have the power to influence public opinion in subtle ways.

I have previously noted that arguing that all fictional therapists should be neat and ideal is unrealistic and,

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Lying By Omission

I had a nightmare about my situation with Frank.  He and I were together and I kept asking, “Who is Amy?”  He would change the topic immediately.  I woke up so frustrated that I immediately wrote to him and said,

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