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Defecation, Fornication, and Dissociation

Joshua Tree National Park, CaliforniaFriday, January 8, 2021 Defecation, Fornication, and Dissociation A most troubling triad, I know, but here’s the point: Every single day, unless you’re eating extremely poorly, you poop at some point....
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An Ode to Dr. Larry Brooks

Arbor Heights, Seattle, WashingtonWednesday, November 25, 2020 An Ode to Dr. Larry Brooks Fractal geometry, way beyond my comprehension, refers to how a part of an object mirrors its larger version. In essence, then, a...
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Covid and Complexity

Wednesday, October 14, 2020Glendale, California Covid and Complexity We human beings struggle mightily with the endless complexity of our world. It arouses anxiety. To cope, we tend to categorize, i.e. Democrat versus Republican, Black versus...
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The Perfect Paradox of Identity

Saturday, May 9, 2020Glendale, California The Perfect Paradox of Identity On the one hand, most psychologists and philosophers agree that, to function effectively as an adult, you need a cohesive sense of identity. The narrative should...
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Covid: Living in the Pre-Industrial Age

Sunday, April 12, 2020 Glendale, California Covid: Living in the Pre-Industrial Age Probably not the best time for a history lesson, but this bizarre period of “sheltering in place” brings the industrial revolution to mind....
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Watching the Ego Flicker

Tuesday, March 10, 2020 Chiang Rei, Thailand Watching the Ego Flicker Validating either the mystical, the unconscious, or both, I began engaging in two new daily behaviors starting on: One-One-Twenty-Twenty. They began out of nowhere....
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Psychoanalyzing An Employee’s Betrayal

Sunday, September 1, 2019 Glendale, California Psychoanalyzing An Employee’s Betrayal The most painful of interpersonal trauma—betrayal by spouses, relatives, or friends often leads people to seek help from psychoanalysts like me. Of all people, it...
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