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I recently posted an extensive list of links and resources around harmful therapy, psych skepticism, power issues, research critiques and related topics.




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Interesting article I happened upon about physical countertransference symptoms in therapists
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As a parent of a young man, the opinions expressed by the author are spot on. What is the APA thinking?

https://www.washingtonpost.com/ampht...thats-problem/
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An interesting interview in Mad In America:

Towards Resilience and Possibilities and Away from Diseases and Symptoms - Mad In America

and the even more interesting article the interview is based on:

https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/...1002/wps.20609
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Just realized that although I post things below, I'm not posting articles here, so I'll add some from time to time.

This is a practical explanation of DID by David Spiegel, MD:

Coming Apart: Trauma and the Fragmentation of Self

I think it also speaks to trauma in general since DID is just one extreme on the spectrum of trauma effects.
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I found this and it really shifted my thinking of trauma and denial.

Here’s the link and 2 pieces from the article that really spoke to me.



The Denial of Trauma

The psychological definition of trauma is “damage to the psyche that occurs as a result of a distressing event or an overwhelming amount of stress that exceeds the ability of the individual to cope and integrate the emotions involved.” This definition often gets simplified into the dictionary definition of “a deeply disturbing or distressing event,” which is where we all get a little lost. It’s very easy to understand trauma as something horrific, like war, or mass violence, or a natural disaster. It’s the “exceeding ability to cope and integrate emotions” section that gets lost on us.

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We need to get rid of the view that trauma is an action (an event). The more psychology tells us about trauma, the more it becomes clear that trauma is a reaction. Most importantly, it is an individual reaction.
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The Four Most Dangerous Words? A New Study Shows

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"The incentive system in science and research is broken" --based on my weight I knew the claim that eating chocolate makes you skinny had to be false but yet I wanted to believe it. So much clickbait on the internet.
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