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Loneliness, Emotional Vulnerability, and Connection: One Man’s Therapy Story

Dr. Larry Beer describes one man’s struggle to overcome his longstanding feelings of loneliness.  The pain of loneliness. The fear of being vulnerable. These are common feelings that many of the men who
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The Healing Power of Compassion

Dr. Edward Adams describes how therapists and other professionals can use compassion and self-compassion to help their clients. Ben was a wounded man. His wife divorced him to marry her lover and moved far awa
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When Children Are Caught by War: Notes for Iraq and Kansas

Dr. John Robertson discusses the risks to children in war zones and the effects on children who have parents serving in a war zone.   Two facts define the scope of the problem. More war-related deaths occu
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Recent Wars and the Psychology of Men: Beyond the Polemics

Corey J. Habben speculates on the root cause of war and the ways combat brings out the best and worst in soldiers.   [ Author’s note: The views expressed by me are my individual, personal views and are
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The Cost of War: Psychological and Cross-Cultural Experiences in Iraq

Dr. Ed Tejirian discusses the War in Iraq and introduces the articles in this themed issue.   Iraq did not exist as a nation state before 1921. After the first world war, Great Britain and France drew the
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Congress Repeals the Sustainable Growth Rate (SGR)

Date:   April 15, 2015 To:      SPTA and Division Federal Advocacy Coordinators, APAPO Board of Directors, and APAGS Coordinators From: Doug Walter, J.D., Associate Executive Director for Government Rela