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A Psychologist's Thoughts on Clinical Practice, Behavior, and Life

Why Movies and TV Series Like "24" Are So Emotionally Gripping

Though loving the long-running TV series "24," I've often found it too painful to view. So greatly that I stopped watching long before its concluding episode. Considering why, I concluded that some script elements of 24 reawaken unconscious childhood fears. "24" portrays a toddler's world: one of great, continuing danger; one where "betrayal" is constant, in the  Read More 
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Review of Amazon's Movie Series: "The Man in the High Castle"

If you love Dick’s novel (as I do), you’ll be initially taken aback by this series. After watching the dark, gloomy, nearly incomprehensible first episode depicting Nazis battling unknown good guys for the possession of something, I decided to ignore the rest of the series but didn’t.

This film series reflects,  Read More 
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