Tag Archives: COVID-19 pandemic

Quiet and nerdy laboratory scientists offer us a model of how to behave – but are you listening and learning?

Posted on by doctorb

Under ugly fluorescent artificial lights, right now, working 24/7, there is an infinitesimally small group of white coat nerds focused on beating this novel virus.  They don’t have time to go online and offer bombastic opinions.  They are busy trying … Continue reading

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Facing your Shadow in this time of COVID-19 pandemic darkness

Posted on by Thomas Brunner

Everybody has a shadow, but no one wants to look at it.  At least the Shadow I am talking about.  The idea of the “Shadow” was coined by Dr. Carl Jung,  one of four brilliant depth psychologists who explored the … Continue reading

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