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Is this genetic? (an informal poll)

Yesterday I found myself explaining my mental health issues to yet another professor.  And for whatever reason Italians (I’m not sure if it’s a cultural thing) always ask “why”.   281 more words

Hysteria

Legendary actor Patrick McGoohan turns his famous character from THE PRISONER upside down as the psychiatrist in charge of an insane asylum. He has connected his inmates into a group mind where they share each other s psychoses, dreams and sexuality with all the scary and titillating…

Hysteria

Legendary actor Patrick McGoohan turns his famous character from THE PRISONER upside down as the psychiatrist in charge of an insane asylum. He has connected his inmates into a group mind where they share each other s psychoses, dreams and sexuality with all the scary and titillating implications imaginable! 55 more words

Hysteria

Legendary actor Patrick McGoohan turns his famous character from THE PRISONER upside down as the psychiatrist in charge of an insane asylum. He has connected his inmates into a group mind where they share each other s psychoses, dreams and sexuality with all the scary and titillating implications imaginable! 55 more words

April 16, 2014


JONATHOTS, JR.!

(Number 471)

Taking something for granted is granting permission for it to be taken.

 


 

 

 

The American Mindset

April 15, 2014


JONATHOTS, JR.!

(Number 470)

If you are hearing shouts of praise, make sure it is from the heart and not just the hysteria of the crowd.

The American Mindset

Are psychosomatic disorders real? Is this the return of hysteria?

I would like to make clear from the start that I believe that psychosomatic disorders are genuine ‘problems’ and that they are real to the sufferer (see post on objective and subjective experience). 444 more words

Psychology