Mad in America: Letting Negative Projective Identifications Come, and Letting Them Go

Hi All,

My new article looks at how some of the stress you may be feeling these days, could be coming from the powerful emotional projections of politicians and others that are aimed at causing the public to feel as afraid and vulnerable as those politicians and others are actually feeling inside themselves.

Michael

2 thoughts on “Mad in America: Letting Negative Projective Identifications Come, and Letting Them Go

  1. Thank you Michael. I am a mother of a so-called schizo- affective, 36 year old son. I have followed him around the country, jails and sidewalks, on meds and off. I found anger towards people who have no conscious understanding of this life we who are living this life actually do live. I can be upbeat and social, but as soon as there is a negative comment about The Homeless, I have to leave as I never succeed in changing a mind. Now, I find I am physically avoiding these Homeless folks myself. I have copped an attitude myself as I am burnt and have been unable to help my son after these 18 years
    I am asking for advise on how not to be the purveyor of my negative feelings toward those I loved and cared about and for these many years.

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