Societal Disintegration – Untreated Anxiety

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Human history is one of unending power struggles and violence. The patterns of behavior are established on the school ground and play out through adulthood. Every child has anxiety with it being more of a problem if he or she is from an abusive family. Aced Out They are thrown … Read More

Neurophysiological Basis of Pain

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To say that the wave of mass shootings over the last few years is disturbing would be grossly understating how most of us feel. One of the most basic of human needs is to feel safe and we largely depend on our society being reasonably civilized. We count on our … Read More

Anxiety, Anger, and Adrenaline

I am continually trying to understand the Neurophysiological Disorder (NPD) and find better ways to explain it. Here is another one of my attempts. Every human being has anxiety as a necessary survival trait. Every cell in the human body has evolved to survive – not to have a great time. … Read More

Physical versus Emotional Pain

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The Swerve I recently read a book, “The Swerve” by Steven Greenblatt. It is a historical account of a papal scribe’s discovery in 1417 of a poem, “The Nature of Things”. Lucretius wrote it almost 1000 years earlier. He makes a case that it was the discovery of this poem … Read More

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