Evolution of the Self

On the paradoxes of personality

LeBron James to Cleveland: "I'm Coming Home."

If there’s such a thing as a city's "psyche,” then Cleveland’s just got a boost beyond anything other than their Indians’ winning the World Series back in (gasp!) 1948. So how can a single individual--namely, basketball superstar LeBron James--have such a monumental effect on so many people?--as though all of Cleveland’s citizenry just won an Olympic gold medal? Read More


People are taught at a young age to identify with the
exploits of THEIR hometown team, like any other form of
idenity. The see the fortunes of the team as THEIR
fortunes. This is why they KILL if someone insults THEIR
team. How sad.

Cleveland fans are now

Cleveland fans are now celebrating because of bron's comeback. Don't get me wrong, lebron really has some great skills but he will never be like mike. How about giving cavs fans a ring? http://www.champringsfactory.com/product-p/champs00126.htm ooops :P

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Leon F. Seltzer, Ph.D., who holds doctorates in English and Psychology, is a clinical psychologist and author of Paradoxical Strategies in Psychotherapy.


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