The Time Cure

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For Your Eyes Only

Many of us have had unintentional voyeuristic experiences such as walking into our parent's bedroom - or in on friends at parties - while they are having sex. How might these experiences affect us? Read More

For Your Eyes Only

This column has some great down-to-earth-integrated-with-research information which Rose Sword brings out in her usual exemplary and lucid fashion. She cogently brings out that there may be more than a bit of the voyeur in us all--including mental health professionals working with voyeuristic sexual behavior in their clients. Who then, is the greater voyeur? After eliminating Rose, Phil and myself, I really wonder about the rest of you folks.

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Am laughing out loud, Harold!
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Rosemary K.M. Sword and Philip Zimbardo are authors, along with Richard M. Sword, of The Time Cure: Overcoming PTSD with the New Psychology of Time Perspective Therapy.


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