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Freud as a comic is online

Once Freud referred to the issue of ending a psychotherapy by saying: a patient is cured when he can laugh about his neurosis.Freud as I was told never really wrote about the criteria of ending a psychotherapy in a professional way.

More than 60n years ago there were three comics published on Freud, though they call him simply “the psychiatrist”. When reading These Comics you can find out by yourself if you are already cured and laugh about your neurosis. Enjoy. 🙂

The comic featured three patients, Freddy Carter, Ellen Lyman and Mark Stone, who were undergoing psychoanalysis. The analyst was the central character. He was never named, simply listed as The Psychiatrist

http://freudquotes.blogspot.de/2014/04/psychoanalysis-comic-books.html

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How sex rules our dreams

Gritty, emotional, smelly and dirty: new evidence supports Freud’s long-debunked theory that sex fuels our dreams.

In short, every 90 minutes during sleep, we enter the dangerous twilight zone called REM sleep. The reward centres of our brains are activated, and our sexual systems are turned on – yet our bodies are partially paralysed so we cannot move to take advantage of these activations. Instead, as key physiologic systems collapse, we are forced to watch these things we call dreams.

If you want to read more just have a look there:

http://aeon.co/magazine/altered-states/was-freud-right-about-dreams-all-along/

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Meet Dr. Freud

ABSTRACT: LETTER FROM CHINA about increasing demand for psychoanalysis among the Chinese. Writer tells about Elise Snyder, an associate clinical professor of psychiatry at Yale who, in 2001, began recruiting American analysts to provide analysis to Chinese patients over the Web via Skype. The concept of discussing private troubles and emotions with a stranger runs counter to some powerful Chinese beliefs. For most of Chinese history, mental illness carried a stigma of weakness

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