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WHEN HISTORICAL FICTION GOES MAGICAL 4 (1)

2020-03-02T07:51:21-05:00

A list of history’s mythic tricksters, Lewis Hyde says in his book “Trickster Makes This World” (1998), would be endless. Since the trickster is culture’s ultimate shape-shifting, boundary-crossing figure, “there will be some sort of representative wherever humans invent boundaries, which is to say, everywhere.” www.newyorker.com/magazine/2020/02/17/when-historical-fiction-goes-magical

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The Personal Toll of Whistle-Blowing 0 (0)

2019-02-11T17:13:27-05:00

Sheelah Kolhatkar writes about why one physician took the risk of becoming an F.B.I. informant to expose alleged Medicare fraud. Source: The Personal Toll of Whistle-Blowing

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A Stay at Kings County 0 (0)

2019-01-25T18:15:37-05:00

The psychiatry department of Kings County Hospital in East Flatbush, Brooklyn, serves one of the poorest, most at-risk, and most diverse populations in a borough that has otherwise become a byword for gentrification. Since 2017, I have been an artist-in-residence there, working on a photography project in its six-week partial hospitalization program for people transitioning

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Are you being abused by your partner? 0 (0)

2018-09-01T09:23:59-04:00

Has your health (or someone you know) been undermined by the behavior of your intimate partner?  Do you feel like you’re in a fog, confused, and not functioning at your best? Do you feel responsible and blame yourself for the problems with your partner and relationship? Are you more tense or uneasy when your partner

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Sharing the Mirror: How Narcissists Attract Each Other | Psychology Today 0 (0)

2018-06-08T10:29:57-04:00

Do narcissists bond? Although it sounds counterintuitive, research says yes—with each other. Yet narcissistic affinity is apparently manifest through behavior not vanity. — Read on www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/why-bad-looks-good/201806/sharing-the-mirror-how-narcissists-attract-each-other

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Courage to follow the inner light 0 (0)

2018-04-06T06:33:11-04:00

"“Two qualities are indispensable: first, an intellect that, even in the darkest hour, retains some glimmerings of the inner light which leads to truth; and second, the courage to follow this faint light wherever it may lead.”" a.co/6RElnho

A moral core 0 (0)

2018-04-06T06:35:42-04:00

"If you find the strategy I just gave you morally abhorrent, good for you, you have a moral core, something the narcissist completely lacks. Now that we have got that out the way, let us get down to the business of doing some real damage to the enemy." ― from "HOW TO TAKE REVENGE ON