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On the psychology of everyday life in discrete lessons.
Reid J Daitzman Ph.D., ABPP
Have you ever feigned an illness to avoid something you'd rather not do? You are not alone––from school phobias, bulimia, to test anxiety––the area of psychosomatic medicine.
A new and improved mental-calisthenic exercise designed to encourage and promote practicing critical thinking—aka, lateral qualitative reasoning.
Practical tips for exploring what marriage is, what it isn't, and how your ambivalent feelings are shared by most couples.
If you feel like a emotional wreck contemplating dating when older you are not alone. Here's why.
Confession Of A Confederate. The Banality of Evil: I was apparently murdered a hundred times in some of the classical aggression research. Was This Harmful?
Reid Daitzman, Ph.D., is interested in promoting the life of the mind over the lifecycle, teaching wisdom and creativity using various literary formats that explore what he has learned as a therapist about human nature in the last 50 years.