Archive for October, 2012

October 31

Politics, Psychology, and Your Decision

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I don’t get involved in politics. In this post for Psychology Today I argue why everyone should lighten up a little about it too. Read it here.

By the way, if you feel like lightening up about it, rent “The Campaign”. Silly fun.

October 22

That’s Just How I Am

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This is my latest post for Psychology Today. You can read it here.

October 19

Review: Seven Psychopaths

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I saw the movie “Seven Psychopaths” tonight, and had been anxiously anticipating taking the time to do so. I had read an excellent review, and my daughter also gave it a thumbs up.

The movie is excellent. The dialogue is funny and well written. The characters are excellent and not as run of the mill as might be expected in a shoot-em-up. The movie pokes fun at itself, while poking fun at the over the top violence we Westerners have come to love in our movies.

But what I found best about the movie is that each character, each psychopath, is struggling for connection. The mob boss with his dog, other characters …

October 1

Peace, Serenity, And Diving In

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This is my latest post for Psychology Today. (Read it Here). The readership for many of my older posts on Psychology Today has increased substantially recently. Than you to all those that have contributed to that.