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Camo Confessions - a shocking video made me thinking about appearance and once again about tolerance

14.03.2014

http://agencetuxedo.com/projects/dermablend-professional/ A shocking video made me thinking about appearance and once again about tolerance 

В раздел "статьи" добавлена "Паника. Я - очевидец" о событиях в Киеве 20.02.14

01.03.2014

Паника. Я – очевидец.   В панике человеку кажется, что на него направлены все прожекторы и весь мир только тем и живет, чтобы найти его. Эрих Мария Ремарк, «Ночь в Лиссабоне» Помню, как в универе на социальной психологии расматривали панику. Профессор сказала тогда, что, находясь там, где паника, психологу трудно абстрагироваться и остаться наблюдателем, и не поддаться настроению масс. - Угу, подумала я, вот я...

Arnhild Lauveng "Tomorrow I was Always a Lion"

29.01.2014

  Arnhild Lauveng "Tomorrow I was Always a Lion" The first book of Norwegian author "Tomorrow I was Always a Lion" was issued in 2005. It's an amazing book of amazing author, who had a diagnosis of schizophrenia for about 10 years. Nowadays Arnhild is healthy, she returned to study and work. Arnhild achieved a degree in psychology and works as at the Kongsvinger Psychiatric Center in Norway, where she can help people with schizophrenia....

Arnhild Lauveng "As useless as a rose"

29.01.2014

  Arnhild Lauveng "As useless as a rose" I already described the first Arnhild's book  "Tomorrow I was Always a Lion". Clinical psycologist who won schizophrenia continues the theme. "As useless as a rose" as well as the first one is "written by author's blood". I'd recommend to start with the first book before reading this one.  

Carol Parrish-Harra "The new age handbook on death and dying"

29.01.2014

Carol Parrish-Harra "The new age handbook on death and dying"       It's good but while not easy to read. The author takes a lot from books of Swiss-born psychiatrist Doctor Elisabeth Kübler-Ross. I think it's better to start with the groundbreaking book "On Death and Dying" by Kübler-Ross, where there are the same five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance.