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Old 08-29-2015, 11:03 PM #11
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What a waste of intellectual ability writing some of these articles. It's as if they were required writing to pass a course and impress the professor. Well, I for one am not impressed. Sometimes a duck is just a duck and we needn't go back looking to blame the mother or father on every failing someone has. Society, as a whole, is often the culprit in my opinion. It can make you or break you. All of us are contributing factors.
Which one do you speak of? All of these? I thought this thread was not to be for discussion... I for one, think a person can learn from anything a person writes. Seems like you learned that there is nothing good from the things people write and that they are a waste of time. Sad.
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What a waste of intellectual ability writing some of these articles. It's as if they were required writing to pass a course and impress the professor. Well, I for one am not impressed. Sometimes a duck is just a duck and we needn't go back looking to blame the mother or father on every failing someone has. Society, as a whole, is often the culprit in my opinion. It can make you or break you. All of us are contributing factors.
I never said they were good articles or particularly well-written ones. I feel that if some people find an article interesting others might find them interesting also. If you wish to debate the validity or credibility of a certain article please feel free to make a thread in the forum. I am sure you will get a lively debate.
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For those that are doing / are interested in psychoanalysis, I think this is a nice article about the process from a modern psychoanalytic perspective. It has quite detailed discussion about different types and stages of transference and countertransference as well.
http://www.nacsw.org/Publications/Pr...ansference.pdf
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Yoga and PTSD by Bessell Van der Kolk
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What a waste of intellectual ability writing some of these articles. It's as if they were required writing to pass a course and impress the professor. Well, I for one am not impressed. Sometimes a duck is just a duck and we needn't go back looking to blame the mother or father on every failing someone has. Society, as a whole, is often the culprit in my opinion. It can make you or break you. All of us are contributing factors.

It would be interesting to hear specifics about what you find so objectionable about these articles. Perhaps you'd be willing to start another thread related to this. I don't think that Ad Hominem attacks against the authors are very productive.
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I don't know what the addy is but there's a wonderful article, or book, by Judith Nelson titled, "Crying is a two person behavior".

Also, I agree that "Sizzling" could be more specific about what is wrong with each article in particular. And it sounds like Sizzling has gotten hurt by some experiences that lead to throwing it all into the trashheap. To give Sizzling some credit, though, Freud said that sometimes a cigar is just a cigar. But he also was shortsighted about transference issues, that have been better understood and treated in recent decades. He treated mostly neurotic patients and was very short on how to deal with the schizoid problems. Therapy is very different for those, respectively. I learned the hard way how being treated like a neurotic was all wrong, as I was schizoid. Now, when I read books or articles, I know to make a difference between neurosis treatment and schizoid treatment. BPD requires different approaches, too. Most of us on the site for awhile, know about this, I realize.

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10 therapy interventions
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Informative article for anyone with CPTSD or childhood trauma

GRIEVING and COMPLEX PTSD By Pete Walker, M.A.
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For those that are doing / are interested in psychoanalysis, I think this is a nice article about the process from a modern psychoanalytic perspective. It has quite detailed discussion about different types and stages of transference and countertransference as well.
http://www.nacsw.org/Publications/Pr...ansference.pdf
Thanks for posting this article. I haven't seen it explained this clearly before. In going to look up the author.
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If you find an interesting article regarding psychotherapy, therapists, transference etc place it here please. NOTE: this is just an archive for articles please start another thread for discussions.
Hi! I was wondering if any of you have tried to adopt a radical paradigm shift with regards to mental health. While there is no specific research, it appears that several Far eastern approaches to mental illness and spirituality work just as well as psychotherapy
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