Denial The Fabric Of Civilization Itself

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All civilization, an anonymous pessimist once said, is founded on denial, denial, denial. Freud once theorized that people enter a state of denial in defense of their mental health, attempting to avoid things in reality that might damage the fragility of the inner ego. Others theorize that denial is a defense mechanism, allowing a person […]


Print The Death Of A Media The End Of An Era

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Included in the steps of accepting death are denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and ultimately, acceptance. Though these emotional responses were not intended for this purpose, clearly, many people are in denial about the slow, painful passing of print media. Right now, as print media is in its death throes, there is a lot of denial. […]


The Willingness To Heal

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I have counseled individuals, couples, families and business partners for the past 35 years and authored eight published books. All this experience has resulted in the development of a profound healing process, called Inner Bonding, which anyone can learn and use throughout the day (free course available – see resource box at the end of […]


Personality Of Debt

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Have you had the opportunity to deal with a person in debt? Are they in denial about their financial situation? In my opinion, people in debt are in denial to everyone around them about their financial situation. In their denial, they actually develop a personality. According to Webster’s Dictionary, the word personality means quality or […]


Traumas As Social Interactions

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(“He” in this text – to mean “He” or “She”). We react to serious mishaps, life altering setbacks, disasters, abuse, and death by going through the phases of grieving. Traumas are the complex outcomes of psychodynamic and biochemical processes. But the particulars of traumas depend heavily on the interaction between the victim and his social […]