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Psychotherapy and the healing power of narrating a life

An important part of the psychotherapy process, as I understand it and have practiced it, involves constructing a narrative of one’s life. This may seem like a curious task given that we all know or should know the story of our lives. We’ve been imagining the movie to be made from that story forever, right? [...]

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The Thoughtful Animal

Friday Fun: Cloth Monkey, Wire Monkey [video]

In the 1950s, psychologist Harry Harlow began to study mother-infant relations in monkeys. After depriving young monkeys from their biological mothers, they were placed in a room where they could either hang out with a “wire monkey” – essentially, a metal figure in the rough shape of a monkey – or a “cloth monkey,” which [...]

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The Thoughtful Animal

Monday Pets: Biological Evidence That Dog is Man’s Best Friend

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The party isn’t over yet! Here’s another helping of Monday Pets. Enjoy! Wild Dog crawled into the Cave and laid his head on the Woman’s lap… And the Woman said, “His name is not Wild Dog any more, but the First Friend.” –Just So Stories, Rudyard Kipling. Archaeological evidence indicates that dogs were already a [...]

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