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Freud: unbelievable nonsense by Tom Weidig Posted Sun 06 Apr 2008 12:00am I am awarding a Crackpot Award to Sigmund Freud for his outrageous pseudo-science. His theories about stuttering are not only completely unsupported by any evidence, no he has also consistently misrepresented his case studies. And so have many followers of his. They are a good example of what happens when an ambitious, cocaine-taking, intell ... Read on »
Silly Names of Creepy Crawlies by Sierra Club .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 19 Jun 2013 12:13pm Scientific animal names can be rather daunting. They look like an assembly of words and letters somebody put together to make it impossible for average people to say. Typically, the smaller the insect , the more difficult its name is to pronounce. But not always. Here's a list of funny, scientific names that are not only incredibly fun to ... Read on »
Tuesday, Feb 20th... by Libby .. Posted Tue 20 Feb 2007 12:00am Is this not the perfect house, or what?? It was halfway down the block from the house I grew up in, and I always totally LOVED it!! I was never actually inside it, but my mom's best friend and her husband owned and lived in the house right next to it,(in the left of the picture) and when I was teeny (like up to ... Read on »
TBI SoS – Restoring a Sense of Self after Traumatic Brain Injury – What IS the Self? by Broken Brilliant Patient Expert Posted Sat 08 Jan 2011 12:00am This is the second part in a multi-part exploration of sense of self and how it’s affected by traumatic brain injury. Read the first part here. More to come… But what IS the “Self”? Okay, since I like to start at the beginning, this is the first question. I had a few ideas to start with, many of which were informed both by exper ... Read on »
CoreBrain Training: College and Goodbye by Chuck Medical Doctor Posted Sun 22 Apr 2012 12:00am CoreBrain Makes A Serious Point: College Transitions Need Attention The college guy in this picture is smiling, and being brave about it. Mom is having a hard time. Mom is closer to the truth in 2012 – because college just isn’t all roses any more. There are no guarantees. He, as most leaving for college, wants his parent ... Read on »
Do psychologists still listen to Freud? by Untreatable .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 07 Jun 2010 7:55am David Weiss sat down on his therapist's couch on Thursday troubled by moments of emptiness that made him ask himself, "Is this it?" After talking it through with her, however, he realized that such experiences could be peaceful, and even welcome, if he viewed them with a different mind-set. Weiss has been in psychoanalysis for thre ... Read on »
Chantal Sicile-Kira: French Psychoanalysts Take Legal Action to Ban Film 'The Wall' About Autism by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Thu 01 Dec 2011 12:00am From our friend Chantal Sicile-Kira please comment at Huffington Post. On Dec. 8, a French judge in the Lille Regional Court in France must decide whether or not to ban a documentary by Sophie Robert, "The Wall: Psychoanalysis Put to the Test for Autism," that highlights the treatment -- psychoanalysis -- that families are off ... Read on » 289 by kors001 Posted Thu 07 Mar 2013 8:36am Sunday NFL ticket is offered for free Kenseth is a pretty successful driver, having won the 2009 Daytona 500 and the 2003 Sprint Cup The price of the new radio varies depending on the model you choosetwitter-inner-ditto238264385313861632 div Below is the original tweet and photo, which shows the demonstration taking place within an applicatio ... Read on »
Viral Mother/Son Dance Video? No thanks. by Emily and Jenny .. Posted Tue 11 Feb 2014 9:20am Last week, another video spread like wildfire throughout social media. The video, titled “The Most Amazing Mother Son Wedding Dance EVER!!!!,” has nearly a million views. If you haven’t seen it (and for some strange reason want to), here you go. But here’s the thing. Mother/Son wedding dances aren’t supposed to be amazing ... Read on »
Andropause: Let's Get Ourselves Clued In! by Gabriella Kortsch Ph.D. Patient Expert Posted Fri 22 May 2009 11:55pm Libya Andropause, a topic I've spoken of frequently on my radio show and posted here on the blog in the past, continues to be a topic far too many men and women still know very little of. Partially because if menopause used to be (and still is to some extent) the big taboo, andropause - or at least what it implies, i.e., the waning of male se ... Read on »