Archive | May, 2012

Frampton Comes Alive (in Psychotherapy)

“More specifically, the analytic task of helping the [patient] become more fully human involves facilitating the patient’s efforts … to experience a greater range (and play) of thoughts, feelings, and sensations that are felt to be his own and that are felt to have been generated in the context of his own present and past […]

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A Marriage Between Humans and Technological Advance

In keeping with my interest and focus on writing about the internet and its effect on human behavior, thinking and relationship, I read with interest a review in the New York Times of a book that looks at this very question. The reviewer’s first sentence expressed a similar interest as my own: “I don’t know […]

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