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The Ambiguity of Psychotic Experience

This article is an integration of concepts that have been explored in previous articles by this author. These include the subjective and ambiguous experience of psychosis, the fracturing of the mental world that appears as an abrading subject-object split, and application of object relations theory to the psychotic individual's creation of symbolic mental entities. Read More

How to dehumanize in 1 blog post

What species is a schizophrenic? It surely is not human based on this disgraceful post.

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What exactly do you find to be offensive in my article?

Thanks, Ann

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Ann Olson is a doctor of psychology, a writer of fiction, creative nonfiction and poetry.


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