Is Psychology Making Us Sick?

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Philip Seymour Hoffman & the Shadow of Individual Addiction

In the shadow of individual addiction is our culture of addiction. When we focus only on the individual, we suffer from a malignant projection onto "those addicts" while we remain unconsciously ignorant, contemptuous, condescending, or simply full of pity. Read More

validating other kinds of addictions

What I like about this article is that is validates these other kinds of addictions, like tv, running, etc. Hard to ask for help or admit these without feeling silly oneself or be believed. I've gone through several of these like tv and have managed to quit them just going cold turkey. Now I hardly watch tv at all. But I always find myself replacing one thing with another. When I realize it I think, "oh shoot". Thanks for validating these.

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David Bedrick, J.D., Dipl. PW, graduated from Lewis and Clark’s Northwestern School of Law. He is the author of Talking Back to Dr. Phil: Alternatives to Mainstream Psychology. more...

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