Tag Archives: Psychology

Addiction: An Overworked Diagnosis?

As defined by many, an addiction is a persistent, compulsive dependence on a substance. Unfortunately, the term has been extended to include mood-altering behaviors or activities. To accommodate this broadening of the definition, some researchers identify two types of addictions: … Continue reading

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The Hypocrisy of the Field of Psychology

Any psychologist who is a liberal is a hypocrite. Does that sound judgmental? Well, you are right. This statement is meant to be judgmental. In order to gain a doctorate in psychology, I spent many years in college and graduate … Continue reading

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Psychology and the “Helpless Class”

Any psychologist who is a liberal is a hypocrite. Does that sound judgmental? Well, you are right. This statement is meant to be judgmental. In order to gain a doctorate in psychology, I spend many years in college and graduate … Continue reading

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National Public Radio as Psychologist?

After the murders at Fort Hood, Texas, President Barack Hussein Obama stated that we should not rush to judgment as we try to digest the mass murder committed by Major Nidal Malik Hasan. Army chief of Staff George Casey has … Continue reading

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President Obama: The Psychologist?

President Obama, like most leftists, sees fear everywhere. During the 2008 Presidential campaign, then-candidate Barack Obama stated, in response to a difficult question, that the answer was outside his pay-grade. That was an excellent side-step in handling a question which … Continue reading

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President Obama as Psychologist?

During the 2008 Presidential campaign, then-candidate Barack Obama stated, in response to a difficult question, that the answer was outside his pay-grade. That was an excellent side-step in handling a question which he did not want to answer. And yet, … Continue reading

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