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A Dialogue on Monsters

Summing up, we can say that a dream shows not only that the dreamer is occupied in the solution of one of his life’s problems, but also how he approaches these problems. 2,796 more words



There is no such thing as perfect security, only varying levels of insecurity. — Salman Rushdie

Nothing begets criticism quite like criticism. Exposure to consistent levels of opprobrium during childhood tends to perpetuate criticism towards oneself and others in adulthood. 265 more words

The restitution of Jung, Adler and Freud

Keith Hudson

In my youth, curious to know how one’s mind worked — and everybody else’s if that were possible —  I used to read assiduously the three outstanding psychologists of those days — Jung, Adler and Freud.  2,050 more words

The Principle of Averages and how to rise above it.

Today, I want you to reflect upon the five people you spend most of your time with. And then ask yourself, “Do I wish to become like them?” You probably already are like most of them since that is what made you gravitate towards them. 758 more words

Emotional Intelligence

Summer time is Chore Time

With all of the busyness of the school year, summer can offer some open-ended time to catch up on family meetings and re-establish a routine of chores. 541 more words

Family Dinner

Man Knows

Man Knows:

  • Understanding comes from a long, intimate involvement with a subject, whether a job, hobby, study, or any other task that involves a deep commitment.
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Carl Jung: Relating to Freud, Adler, and Rank

Carl Jung: Relating to Freud, Adler, and Rank

Dr. Evans: Dr. Jung, many of us who have read a great deal of your work are aware of the fact that in your early work you were in association… 702 more words

Carl Jung