Racism In America
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Racism in America has gone from blatant, obvious expression to nuanced, subtle behaviors. It is an example of how two seemingly conflictual feelings can coexist both in an individual and in society at large. In the summer of 1955, Emmett Till walked into[...]

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Repetition Compulsion
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‘Repetition Compulsion’ is one of the most powerful dynamics in human life. We are all destined to repeat our original relationships, (ie. parents) in the relationships of our adult lives. This is most apparent in close/intimate relationships.¬†One[...]

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Tragedy in Evanston
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There has been a tragedy in Evanston. We have lost a 14-year-old young man in a senseless killing. More information: “Charges in slaying of boy, 14: ‘Hate, disgust, sadness’” via Chicago Tribune “Man held in Evanston teen’s[...]

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Survivors of Movie Massacre Likely to Develop Depression, PTSD, Doctor Says
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Traumatic events bring up all past traumatic events. The article suggests that behavioral[...]

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Could Counseling Prevent Another Violent Attack?
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When we feel the heart crushing news of a violent event and the horror associated[...]

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