Is it possible that the mere prospect of terrifying battle experiences is enough to traumatize soldiers before they actually deploy?
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In his classic 1952 paper, Hans Eysenck did not attempt to explain why therapists' beliefs are so resistant to proof -- it was beyond the scope of his analysis. But now a group of psychological scientists are attempting to do just that.
Put down the pen and paper. Contrary to what you -- and your therapist -- believe, journaling after a separation or divorce may not be good for your p...
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