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This is going to be a rather technical rant about my shaken beliefs, yet my idealistic foray into my slightly shaken beliefs. Conventional psychology dealt with pathology, with illness, with making someone realise that they had a disease, a disorder, a mental problem, a deficit. Obviously, some people do have it, while others, may orContinue reading “Do We Really Want Something ‘Positive’?”
Psychologists have readily accepted that freedom comes with its own anxiety – perhaps of having to plan this free life [The Gift of Therapy by Yalom]. Similarly, I believe ‘Love’, one of the most positive emotions or states that one would like to exist in, also comes with its own anxiety; I call it, ‘TheContinue reading “The Burden of Being Loved”
Today I had the opportunity of observing a conversation between a usual person and a person with PPD. The conversation involved the person with PPD, let’s call them ‘P’ talking to another person, let’s call them ‘S’, about where S had gone to earlier in the day. So ‘S’ had gone to the market andContinue reading ““Where’d You Go?” and a Simple Conversation with a person with PPD”
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