Dr. Paul Dunion – Trouble With Taboo

October 9, 2015 Editor 1

All through history there have been shamans, medicine men, priests, witch doctors and mental health professionals deciding what is normal and what is taboo. There are times when we ascribe the description of taboo to […]

UFOs: Challenging the Taboo

October 7, 2015 admin 7

On a September evening in 1976, an object that looked similar to a star, but bigger and brighter, was reported over Tehran, Iran. Deputy General Yousefi at the Air Force command post scrambled an F-4 […]

Odes to Lithium

October 2, 2015 Shira Erlichman 2

Ode to Lithium #107 The Summer I was wrong, or arrogant, or hopeful, I told my Psychiatrist I could be rid of you by ⅔. In fact, I’d started adjusting the dose myself. I’m being […]

Slippery Icons a Conversation with Catherine Opie

October 2, 2015 Matthew Kyba 1

Psychology Tomorrow Magazine’s Art Curator, Matthew Kyba, in a phone conversation with Catherine Opie about her practice. Please find their edited interview, touching on topics of sexuality, identity, contemporary photography, and her historic work. What are […]


October 2, 2015 Kim Addonizio 0

And then there was the man who said “You look fatter with your clothes off” and like a fool I didn’t put them back on but climbed into his bed beneath the little Tibetan prayer […]

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