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Book Review: Shrinks: The Untold Story of Psychiatry (and Antipsychiatry) Gets Told
Executive Director, Mental Illness Policy Org
Shrinks: The Untold Story of Psychiatry
does a good job at criticizing both antipsychiatry and psychiatry. That's a worthy first and well worth reading.
All Of My Shrinks Were Women
Robert S. Schwartz
Robert is the President of YourBestCollegeEssay.com
As I had suspected all along, but couldn't quite figure out who or how, it took a woman (albeit an Asian women who I had a slight language barrier with) to help me figure out my problems with women.
De-Man Cave or Un-Man Cave? That is the Question.
Author, '500 Acres and No Place to Hide: More Confessions of a...
Not only did I not de-man cave my honey's house, I embraced it. I didn't just incorporate the skulls and the antlers and the rifles and yes, even the shockingly long walrus penis bone my almost-husband has displayed in the master bath into my decorating endeavors, I highlighted them.
Don't Leave Your Shrink Out Of This Discussion
Shrinks Are People, Too
Robert David Jaffee
Author, journalist and mental health activist
I recognize that there are shrinks who behave like the one in Ducornet's novel "Netsuke," in which the unnamed narrator, a psychoanalyst, ruthlessly sleeps with his patients. But they are not the norm.
The Shrink Society
Leeat Granek, Ph.D.
Critical health psychologist who studies grief, loss and cance...
The more we go to therapists to deal with our issues, the more incapable we become of dealing with our problems, and the more intolerant we become of others suffering.
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