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In this week's podcast we're responding to a question from our inbox on depersonalization and anxiety: "How do you slay...
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Continued from Part 1 With two sisters who were part of Creffield's cult, George Mitchell felt ample justification for...
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For young people contemplating suicide, the Internet can be a very dangerous place. Despite numerous websites providing...
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England's decisive win in the 1966 Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) World Cup championships...
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A commenter on one of my blogposts posed what I thought were some very good questions. The post itself was about how some...
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It’s difficult to find real patient experiences with, and perspectives on, electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) online. Well, it’...
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CONVICT DIES IN PRISON WHERE HE SPENT 60 YEARS:  Heart Disease Takes Notorious Jesse Pomeroy Sentenced When Boy When...
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Still one of the most bizarre stories in Oregon's history, Franz Edmund Creffield is surprisingly unknown these days....
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According to a new article published in the journal Canadian Psychology, the science of psychology has a long history of...
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When Kitty Genovese was brutally attacked and killed on March 13, 1964, the news would shock the world.  Not because...
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