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Psychoanalysis has been confronted with the conundrum of integrating the use of psychotropic medications with the talking cure, with understandable concern about the substitution of a pill for working through. This paper addresses a unique situation in which the “pill” constitutes...
In this essay the author draws attention to an insufficiently acknowledged consequence of genocide. With the intention to generalize these thoughts to all genocide – allowing for their variances – focusing on the Holocaust, the most studied of genocides, much is said about the horrors it has and...
Hundreds of studies have shown that people who are actively involved in faith communities have less cardiovascular disease, live significantly longer and enjoy higher levels of wellbeing. But which aspects impact lives in healthy ways? This paper identifies six ministry essentials with very...
Henry James (1843–1916) was a prolific storyteller who supported himself by his writing. During times of frustration and disappointment, he would become depressed. His therapy was to keep busy with his pen. Though much of his writing is difficult to read, his astute observations of people's...
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