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April 12, 2012


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Evan Hanks

Has anyone considered that there might be real reasons for worry and tension? That they might reflect neglected inner qualities clamoring for attention? That the psyche expresses itself symbolically has long been proven. Instead of trying so desperately to rid ourselves of our problems, it might behoove us to reflect on their purposes. By the way, very informative post on 4/13 as to why the public is so skeptical about psychology -- CBT may be one of the reasons.

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