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You Must Learn to Face the Pain and Suffer

This article was previously published on the Dangerous Child blog You must, where necessary, learn to face pain and to suffer, in order to destroy and assimilate the pathological material contained in the symptom. (p. 166) __ Perls, Hefferline, Goodman … Continue reading

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Is “Image” Really Everything?

Note: In an age when most of mainstream international media is united in prosecuting an “image war” against an unconventional but accomplished US president — using unnamed sources, innuendo, and all the weapons of propaganda — we must remember the … Continue reading

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Hillary Clinton Feels Entitled to Be President; Why?

Guest Article: What Distinguishes “The Entitled Personality” from Normal People? Entitlement is a personality trait driven by exaggerated feelings of deservingness and superiority. According to new research by Case Western Reserve University, entitlement may lead to chronic disappointment, unmet expectations … Continue reading

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Why Many People Seem so Angry and Miserable

Unhappy Habits of Many People Seeing Themselves as Victims: Unhappy persons see their lives as out of their own control. Being helpless victims absolves them from all responsibility for their lives. Chronic Pessimism: A pessimistic outlook usually becomes self-fulfilling. It … Continue reading

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