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Fourth of July with an Additional Take on Independence

| July 5, 2015 | 0 Comments

by Mrs. Freud The Fourth of July is one of our nationĀ“s proudest days. We celebrate the freedom and independence that this country allows us to experience. It is a precious human value, denied to many in this world. While you are celebrating this grand reality, I invite you to make it even more powerful […]

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Get a Second Opinion: An Input on the Impact of Diagnoses

| April 6, 2015 | 0 Comments

by Mrs. Freud A book I am currently reading (by Prof. Dr. Pieter Duker) on the discussion of the severe impact of receiving a diagnosis of autism or ADHD and the risk of false-negative or false-positive diagnosis has reminded me of the severe impact just a diagnosis can have on a person. If one is […]

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Intuition – A Hunch Worth Following Up On?

| July 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

by Mrs. Freud The dictionary of psychology gives two definitions of intuition that leave the inquisitive mind none the wiser at first: intuition is said to be a mode of immediate understanding and knowing without conscious thought or judgment. The origin of this understanding is described to be either a) somehow mystical or b) the […]

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