Category Archives: mental illness

George Conway Continues to Point Out the Obvious about his Wife’s Boss

George Conway, the husband of Trump’s often beleaguered advisers, caught both barrels of the President shot gun this morning. Conway has been a pointed “thorn-in-the-flesh” for the president, most recently stated the obvious, that he is not mentally healthy. Trump’s … Continue reading

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Politics, Thinking, and Rumi

The problem in politics is thinking.  The problem is human experience is thinking.  If thinking could be banned, we could all live in harmony…though the harmony would be that of a vegetative state!  We would still be just one step … Continue reading

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Another Dollop of Trumpian Irony Falls to Our Plate

Trump this morning responded to newly elected Senator Mitt Romney’s scathing criticism in yesterday’s Washington Post with the advice, “Be a team player.”  That has more irony than would have been President Obama chiding a critic with, “Don’t have such … Continue reading

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Trump and His “8th Grade Girl” Bullying

“Somebody stop me!!!” This comical, wicked, smirky quip by Jim Carrey in the movie, “The Mask” beautifully illustrates what Trump is crying out to the world today. (see video clip below)  As outgoing GOP Congressman, Dan Donovan said recently, Trump … Continue reading

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“Crazed and Stumbling Lunatic,” huh???

Trump today labeled one of his critics,Tom Steyers as, “a crazed and stumbling lunatic.”  I can only imagine his handlers looking nervously at each other, seeing how anyone in his position should be aware of his own frailty and know … Continue reading

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Trump, Shame, and Shamelessness

I heard a noted psychologist share an anecdote about his toddler son in a lecture one day relevant to the subject of healthy shame vs. unhealthy shame.  This psychologist and his wife were entertaining another couple in their living room … Continue reading

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Trump Does Not Think but is at the Mercy of Thoughts.

Trump today insulted a female reporter, apparently misunderstanding her and then rather than giving her a chance to clarify, told her, “Oh, I know you are not thinking.  You never do.” However, he is the one that “never thinks” and … Continue reading

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