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Love has no labels – Ad Council

Click on the link for this short film from the Ad Council, which makes its point rather effectively. The Ad Council comment runs:- ‘While the vast majority of Americans consider themselves unprejudiced, many of us unintentionally make snap judgments about … Continue reading

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Martin Buber, ‘I and Thou’, & the true task of therapy

“If [a genuine psychotherapist] is satisfied to ‘analyze’ his patient – that is, to bring to light unconscious factors from his microcosm and to apply to a conscious project the energies that have been transformed by this emergence – he … Continue reading

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