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Narcissism Is Trumpism, Part II

In the first part of the article, the author explains the psychological underpinnings of the cult of trump, identifies trump as a pathological narcissist, and explains the lower case T (“the name trump isn’t worthy of capitalization, unless we are

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How Psychiatry Is Failing America

​​​Anyone who cares about facts, truth and reality understands knowledge is power, and any denial of knowledge usually results in a weakening of power.  Anyone who is always focused on themselves and

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Online Trolls

Dark Trolls: A Psychological Profile

Around 2014, instead of having more blow-ups with “conservative” friends on Facebook — which usually ended in resolving nothing, hurt feelings, and sometimes lost friendships — I went to Twitter to “scream

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The DeSantis Variant, Part 1

After studying Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, I was surprised to learn how little I knew about who he really is or his master plan. It is almost as if he purposely avoids

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Trump Is a Flying Monkey, Too

After writing about the need to view trump and his party of flying monkeys through a psychological lens, I was inspired to re-watch “The Wizard of Oz.” I wanted to see exactly

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Trump and His Party of Flying Monkeys

When it comes to the Republican Party, trump opened up a Pandora’s box in American politics. His behavior ultimately triggered an insurrection by his supporters, designed to overturn his presidential election loss.

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Narcissism Is Trumpism, Part II

In the first part of the article, the author explains the psychological underpinnings of the cult of trump, identifies trump as a pathological narcissist, and explains the lower case T (“the name

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The 2 Camps Voters Tend to Fall In

I’m keenly interested in learning more about what drives people to vote — namely, so we all can do more of that to drive what I hope is historic turnout in November.

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