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Somewhat Damaged

Somewhat Damaged “Made the choice to go away. Drink from the fountain of decay. Tear a hole in the exquisite red. Fuck the rest and stab it dead,” sings Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails in the song “Somewhat Damaged.” … Continue reading

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Author Keith Ablow

December 14, 2006 Keith Ablow There are three clear tenants says Dr. Keith Ablow in his 1999 novel Projection, “That people are connected to each other in mystical and immeasurable ways, that we have the power to heal another, and … Continue reading

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Mistakes Were Made, But Not By Me!

August 3, 2007 “Mistakes Were Made, But Not By Me” is the title of a book I read this week.  It was a study of how we are hard wired to protect our ego at all costs.  This means that … Continue reading

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