Monthly Archives: September 2015

The Abuse Cycle – An Established Paradigm

  This paradigm obtains regardless whether the abuse is sexual abuse, or abuse in the family, or abuse at the workplace, or where a public authority makes an adverse decision, which is wrong in law, causing harm. On abuse, the … Continue reading

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Immigrants – a psychoanalytic perspective

In my recent conversations with colleagues on my preferred social media platform, Twitter, I note a change – or at least, an emerging narrative, on asylum seekers, and by implication, on all persons who have sought to immigrate to this … Continue reading

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Twitter takes a new turn

Twitter takes a new turn I wrote recently that Twitter is at the heart of our democratic process. Hyperbole? Perhaps, but today’s postings indicate a furtherance of that proposition. Something new evolved – a struggling narrative emerging out of the … Continue reading

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