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  • Sun. 12/18/16

    Sun. 12/18/16
    Blind Trust. Patient Donald T shamelessly displays symbol and evidence of duplicity without fear that it will negatively impact his image. In fact, he displays irrational confidence that brazen lies will be admired.

  • Mon. 5/8/17

    Mon. 5/8/17
    Patient Al F imagines the reaction of a president upon hearing testimony that suggests he and his minions were colluding with Russia.

  • Tues. 5/9/17

    Tues. 5/9/17
    Bribery, implied threats and sexism are second nature to the egotistical narcissist looking always to protect himself as patient Donald T demonstrates.

  • Tues. 5/9/17

    Tues. 5/9/17
    Likely schizophrenic patient Steve B conjures demons when faced with facts that threaten to drop the curtain on his sideshow.

  • Tues. 5/9/17

    Tues. 5/9/17
    A superhero with the strength and courage to stand up for the meek is a common fantasy in times when rule of law is threatened as imagined by this good hearted patient.

  • Tues. 5/9/17

    Tues. 5/9/17
    Patient with expertise in shock value opines that the tide is turning on the Republican attempt to cover up criminal behavior.

  • Wed. 5/10/17

    Wed. 5/10/17
    Patient Donald T’s poor grasp of science combined with a complete inability to accept blame results in a deep misunderstanding of political situation.

  • Wed. 5/10/17

    Wed. 5/10/17
    Moral dilemma number 82. Outmatched patient Mike P allows himself to slip deeper into delusion by accepting the incredible rationalizations of his team.

  • Wed. 5/10/17

    Wed. 5/10/17
    Long time business associate patient Paul M interprets presidential behavior in terms of criminal code of conduct that trumps laws and ethics.

  • Thurs. 5/11/7

    Thurs. 5/11/7
    The narcissist takes pride in the taking the art of lying to ever greater heights as exemplified by patient Donald T’s boastful tone.

  • Thurs. 5/11/7

    Thurs. 5/11/7
    Patient Kellyanne C recognizes that working for an dictatorial means boss taking a bullet for him with no appreciation in return.

  • Thurs. 5/11/17

    Thurs. 5/11/17
    Patient Jeff S’s grasp of the English language appears to be as weak as his grasp of Constitutional law even as recused.

  • Fri. 5/12/17

    Fri. 5/12/17
    Bully patient Donald T unconsciously admits that he has surrounded himself with criminal types who can get their hands dirty.

  • Fri. 5/12/17

    Fri. 5/12/17
    Patient Paul M discusses criminal activity as casually as a psychologically healthy person discusses dinner or laundry.

  • Fri. 5/12/17

    Fri. 5/12/17
    True loyalty questions nothing and adheres strictly to the dictates of the proselytizer as illustrated by presidential disciple patient Sean S.

  • Sat. 5/13/17

    Sat. 5/13/17
    The autocrat demands loyalty above all else including honesty and integrity as illustrated by patient Donald T’s bizarre call for loyalty.

  • Sat. 5/13/17

    Sat. 5/13/17
    Patient Al F combines Russian collusion with the odd border wall idea and sees light at the end of the current dark political tunnel.

  • Sat. 5/13/17

    Sat. 5/13/17
    The authoritarian ego rejects any dichotomy in which one of the polarities impacts it negatively as noted by patient Bernie S of current president.

  • Sun. 5/14/17

    Sun. 5/14/17
    The authoritarian will only believe what he wants to hear and will only hear what he wants to believe as illustrated by patient Donald T.

  • Sun. 5/14/17

    Sun. 5/14/17
    Patient Vladimir P observes that American ingenuity has improved despots’ ability to control information and brainwash citizens.

  • Sun. 5/14/17

    Sun. 5/14/17
    Patient Betsy D’s unconscious racism mixes badly with ignorance of American history and the arrogance of the billionaire elite.

  • Mon. 5/15/17

    Mon. 5/15/17
    Even the narcissist can feel the repercussions of a guilty conscious in the unconscious netherworld of dreams as experienced by patient Donald T.

  • Mon. 5/15/17

    Mon. 5/15/17
    Moral dilemma number 83. Clever colleague uses historical absurdities and inaccuracies to confuse patient Mike P with another ludicrous non sequitur.

  • Mon. 5/15/17

    Mon. 5/15/17
    Patient Sean S uses the time honored method of refuting the irrefutable by claiming the opposite of the truth to be true.

  • Tues. 5/16/17

    Tues. 5/16/17
    Patient Donald T takes advantage of the adage that even for fraud the solution to the problem is often right in front of your eyes.

  • Tues. 5/16/17

    Tues. 5/16/17
    Children learn the good, the bad and the ridiculous from the model set by their parents as witnessed by patient Kellyanne C.

  • Tues. 5/16/17

    Tues. 5/16/17
    Patient Sean S attempts to minimize his boss’ actions even in a confidential session as if he is using my sessions as a dress rehearsal.

  • Wed. 5/17/17

    Wed. 5/17/17
    The egoist thinks he knows more than his opponent even when he knows nothing and is thus easily outwitted as shown by patient Donald T.

  • Wed. 5/17/17

    Wed. 5/17/17
    Brain surgeon patient Ben C describes what appears to be a medical first - a brain devoid of measurable intellectual activity.

  • Wed. 5/17/17

    Wed. 5/17/17
    Mixing business with an unhealthy family relationship very often leads to problems with both as seen in patients Donald T and Ivanka T.

  • Wed. 5/17/17

    Wed. 5/17/17
    Current president’s fake news mentor patient Vladimir P is straightforward in his reconstruction of the truth as despots often are.

  • Wed. 5/17/17

    Wed. 5/17/17
    Republican patient Mitch M exhibits the lengths to which we often go in order to force reality to conform to our illusions and delusions.

  • Thurs. 5/18/17

    Thurs. 5/18/17
    Authoritarians believe themselves to be infallible and that the law is grounded in their own dictates as illustrated by patient Donald T.

  • Thurs. 5/18/17

    Thurs. 5/18/17
    Diplomacy appears to play no role in the thinking of Secretary of State patient Rex T which centers rather on his duties to his current political boss and former oil co. boss.

  • Thurs. 5/18/17

    Thurs. 5/18/17
    A strong marriage demands that each partner support the other, something not seen in married patients Ivanka T and Jared K.

  • Thurs. 5/18/17

    Thurs. 5/18/17
    The self destructive acts of the narcissist are obvious to all but the narcissist himself as patient Barack O observes of his successor.

  • Thurs. 5/18/17

    Thurs. 5/18/17
    Patient Al F ridicules president’s witch hunt analogy with little fear of repercussion given that the ridiculed doesn’t get the joke.

  • Fri. 5/19/17

    Fri. 5/19/17
    The delusions of the imperial mindset of the narcissist persist even in the face of obliteration as illustrated by patient Donald T.

  • Fri. 5/19/17

    Fri. 5/19/17
    Moral dilemma number 84. With the appointment of a special counsel it dawns on VP patient Mike P that he may have bitten off more than he can chew.

  • Fri. 5/19/17

    Fri. 5/19/17
    Patient Sven G finds that his unique gifts can be of great political use in the modern age of false truth, true lies and lie detectors.

  • Sat. 5/20/17

    Sat. 5/20/17
    Patient Donald T’s obsession with celebrities and fame clouds his perception in dealing with important governmental matters.

  • Sat. 5/20/17

    Sat. 5/20/17
    The mixing of business and politics with the inevitable conundrums has never been better illustrated than by patient Ivanka T.

  • Sat. 5/20/17

    Sat. 5/20/17
    Inanimate patient does what can be done to right the political ship aligning with the human protests that have erupted lately.

  • Sun. 5/21/17

    Sun. 5/21/17
    Under multiple investigations patient Donald T chooses his presidential visits not so much for diplomacy as for potential flight from law.

  • Sun. 5/21/17

    Sun. 5/21/17
    With the unscrupulous in key government positions opportunities for graft increase exponentially as testified to by patient Jared K.

  • Sun. 5/21/17

    Sun. 5/21/17
    Patient Jeff S laments not his criminal involvement in the recent campaign but the unexpected consequences of it.

  • Sun. 5/21/17

    Sun. 5/21/17
    No matter how comfortable I try to make my office there’s no place like home as observed by frank all American patient.

  • Mon. 5/22/17

    Mon. 5/22/17
    The unconscious has a way of forcing us to confront personality defects normally suppressed by the ego as patient Donald T found.

  • Mon. 5/22/17

    Mon. 5/22/17
    Underworld savvy patient Paul M juggles the problems associated with gaining access to unprecedented amounts of slush money.

  • Mon. 5/22/17

    Mon. 5/22/17
    Spinster patient Kellyanne C attempts to justify one wrong with another, just one of the many non sequitur tricks in her spin bag.

  • Mon. 5/22/17

    Mon. 5/22/17
    Presidential mouthpiece patient Sean S appears to consider his audience to be lacking in the intellectual ability to follow a complete sentence.

  • Mon. 5/22/17

    Mon. 5/22/17
    In theory it’s possible to put aside long standing disagreements in order to reach a mutual understanding as suggested by curious patient.

  • Mon. 5/22/17

    Mon. 5/22/17
    Although well into adulthood patient Ivanka T shows how children take to heart behavior modeled in infancy by their parents.

  • Mon. 5/22/17

    Mon. 5/22/17
    Former political heavyweight patient Hillary C finds it difficult to believe that her opponent’s financial dealings are on the up and up.

  • Tues. 5/23/17

    Tues. 5/23/17
    The narcissist thinks of himself first in all situations including those related to children as illustrated by patient Donald T’s daughter envy.

  • Tues. 5/23/17

    Tues. 5/23/17
    With the profit replacing learning in patient Betsy D’s new education model student as learner becomes student as gofer.

  • Tues. 5/23/17

    Tues. 5/23/17
    Oil exec patient Rex T applies private sector PR strategies to foreign diplomacy in order to conceal large scale graft.

  • Tues. 5/23/17

    Tues. 5/23/17
    Patient familiar with the long gone era of walled cities reminds us that trying to wall out the enemy has already been tried and has failed.

  • Wed. 5/24/17

    Wed. 5/24/17
    Patient Donald T trades classified information like baseball cards unaware that his ignorance of the subject puts him at a disadvantage.

  • Wed. 5/24/17

    Wed. 5/24/17
    Skeptical patient Al F sees the usual corrupt ulterior motive behind the large “donation” given to the president’s daughter.

  • Wed. 5/24/17

    Wed. 5/24/17
    Boys in the HUD 8. Out of his element at HUD secretary patient Ben C looks for innovative ways to make up for cuts to his department.

  • Wed. 5/24/17

    Wed. 5/24/17
    Patient Bernie S notes that the motivating force behind current administration has little to do with public service or diplomacy.

  • Thurs. 5/25/17

    Thurs. 5/25/17
    White supremacy is an integral part of the narcissistic personality disorder’s inherent feeling of superiority over all others as exhibited by patient Donald T.

  • Thurs. 5/25/17

    Thurs. 5/25/17
    Used to coming up with novel and absurd alternate explanations for what is in plain sight patient Sean S earns his pay again.

  • Thurs. 5/25/17

    Thurs. 5/25/17
    Though in theory divested from his assets real estate patient Jared K discusses behind the scenes activity in recent overseas trip.

  • Thurs. 5/25/17

    Thurs. 5/25/17
    Unfamiliar with and disinterested in laws outlawing discrimination patient Betsy D disingenuously pushes her privatization plan.

  • Fri. 5/26/17

    Fri. 5/26/17
    The narcissistic ego believes itself infallible but the subconscious knows better as illustrated by fearful patient Donald T.

  • Fri. 5/26/17

    Fri. 5/26/17
    That we only see what we want to see is well illustrated by patient Paul Ryan’s refusal to admit the obvious due to blind ambition.

  • Fri. 5/26/17

    Fri. 5/26/17
    Underworld patient applauds the attempt by the current president to extort protection from the European Union “families.”

  • Fri. 5/26/17

    Fri. 5/26/17
    Strongman patient Vladimir P expresses disappointment in discovering that his puppet American’s bluster is just hot air.

  • Sat. 5/27/17

    Sat. 5/27/17
    Bribery and extortion, common to underworld business dealings, are integral to the underhanded negotiating strategy of patient Donald T.

  • Sat. 5/27/17

    Sat. 5/27/17
    Patient Sean S’s duties include distracting the audience from his boss’ ignorance, a tricky and deceptive PR maneuver that can easily backfire.

  • Sat. 5/27/17

    Sat. 5/27/17
    True hero patient Z vows to correct the new fake definition of “hero” foisted on the public by the current crooked administration.

  • Sat. 5/27/17

    Sat. 5/27/17
    White House couple patients Ivanka T and Jared K discuss the pros and cons of bringing a fluent Russian speaker back into the family.

  • Sat. 5/27/17

    Sat. 5/27/17
    Moral dilemma number 85. At sea VP Mike P again allows himself to be drawn into the rabbit hole of spinster colleague’s rationalizations of criminal activity

  • Sun. 5/28/17

    Sun. 5/28/17
    Bribery and extortion, common to underworld business dealings, are integral to the underhanded negotiating strategy of patient Donald T.

  • Sun. 5/28/17

    Sun. 5/28/17
    Propagandist education secretary patient Betsy D attempts to associate innovation with religious dogma in the minds of her base.

  • Sun. 5/28/17

    Sun. 5/28/17
    Patient with anger management problems describes the desperation of certain government officials in these explosive political times.

  • Sun. 5/28/17

    Sun. 5/28/17
    Republican power broker patient Mitch M divulges the depth of corruption within his party in the name of greed and self interest.

  • Mon. 5/29/17

    Mon. 5/29/17
    Not even the narcissist is immune to unconscious reprimands for dishonesty as the dreams of patient Donald T demonstrate.

  • Mon. 5/29/17

    Mon. 5/29/17
    Patient Al F observes that the criminal behavior of the current administration goes hand in hand with international corruption.

  • Mon. 5/29/17

    Mon. 5/29/17
    Hard headed patient speaks bluntly about the pros and cons of human intervention into the natural way of things.

  • Mon. 5/29/17

    Mon. 5/29/17
    FBI patient James C subtly hints that the clumsy tactic used against him will backfire in ways only one schooled in espionage could foresee.

  • Tues. 5/30/17

    Tues. 5/30/17
    The narcissist is unaware of his own ignorance and thus unaware that others are manipulating him as patient Donald T demonstrates.

  • Tues. 5/30/17

    Tues. 5/30/17
    Spin doctor patient Sean S has complicated PR surgery to perform again in order to conflate the reality before our eyes with the fantasy his boss demands.

  • Tues. 5/30/17

    Tues. 5/30/17
    Manipulation of belief once was the domain of the hypnotist and the con man. Now it is domain of media culture as patient Sven G understands.

  • Tues. 5/30/17

    Tues. 5/30/17
    Presidential counselor patient Steve B discusses techniques used to create a desired media image and associated beliefs.

  • Wed. 5/31/17

    Wed. 5/31/17
    The self obsession of the narcissist leaves him disinterested in religious and ignorant of moral values as illustrated by patient Donald T.

  • Wed. 5/31/17

    Wed. 5/31/17
    Free to comment openly patient Hillary C offers a comic visual to suggest the absurdity of a pretend president pretending patriotism.

  • Wed. 5/31/17

    Wed. 5/31/17
    Competitive team player patient questions the loyalty and teamwork surrounding the current president given ill-advised behavior.

  • Wed. 5/31/17

    Wed. 5/31/17
    Patient Al F makes a wry observation on the bizarre behavior of a president to whom the word decorum is completely foreign.

  • Thurs. 6/1/17

    Thurs. 6/1/17
    As the narcissist ages and retreats further from reality verbal skills and mental acuity deteriorate rapidly as demonstrated by patient Donald T’s incoherence.

  • Thurs. 6/1/17

    Thurs. 6/1/17
    Patient Jeff S appears to have learned nothing from the inane, idiotic and obvious alibis made up by criminals he prosecuted as Alabama Attorney General.

  • Thurs. 6/1/17

    Thurs. 6/1/17
    Prognosticating patient suggests that feeding people what they want to hear while in a pliable state is a way to gain disciples.

  • Thurs. 6/1/17

    Thurs. 6/1/17
    Medical patient Ben C admits that not all medical procedures go according to plan as was the case with recent presidential mind control flop.

  • Fri. 6/2/17

    Fri. 6/2/17
    The self absorbed egoist expends all of his mental energy devising schemes for self enrichment as illustrated by patient Donald T.

  • Fri. 6/2/17

    Fri. 6/2/17
    Patient Mitch M reluctantly admits that the damage being done by the White House will eventually impact the Republican party.

  • Fri. 6/2/17

    Fri. 6/2/17
    Mythical holiday patient confronts an ongoing identity crisis

  • Fri. 6/2/17

    Fri. 6/2/17
    Patient Barack O suggests that the new political model is to inject so many lies into the dialogue that it is impossible to discover the truth.

  • Sat. 6/3/17

    Sat. 6/3/17
    The narcissist acknowledges no power higher than his own ego and no moral obligation to anyone but himself as patient Donald T demonstrates.

  • Sat. 6/3/17

    Sat. 6/3/17
    Patient Steve B drools at the thought of using the prestige of the White House to undermine institutions with a flood of falsehoods.

  • Sat. 6/3/17

    Sat. 6/3/17
    High risk patient confronts a common fear but one that can become debilitating for those who dwell on negative possibilities.

  • Sat. 6/3/17

    Sat. 6/3/17
    Stockholm Syndrome causes the victim to believe her master even when evidence to the contrary is present as seen in patient Ivanka T.

  • Sun. 6/4/17

    Sun. 6/4/17
    The fantasies of the delusional mind often directly counter reality in order to escape from it as those of patient Donald T attest.

  • Sun. 6/4/17

    Sun. 6/4/17
    Recently fired patient James C appears to long for film noir days when Bogart could break a few rules to get the job done.

  • Sun. 6/4/17

    Sun. 6/4/17
    Biodegradable patient makes a wry observation on the deceitful pretensions of the current administration regarding both politics and environment.

  • Sun. 6/4/17

    Sun. 6/4/17
    Patient Vladimir P’s false reality bears a ominously different relationship to reality than that one the current administration pretends.

  • Mon. 6/5/17

    Mon. 6/5/17
    Lacking a sense of morality the narcissist sees laws as obstacles no different from logistical problems as patient Donald T admits.

  • Mon. 6/5/17

    Mon. 6/5/17
    Blindly hoping to stay safe patient Paul R appears to be unaware that more people die of smoke inhalation in fires than of the fire itself.

  • Mon. 6/5/17

    Mon. 6/5/17
    Patient well acquainted with incendiary emergencies offers a bit of free advice for people unlikely to heed it.

  • Tues. 6/6/17

    Tues. 6/6/17
    Lacking a sense of morality the narcissist sees laws as obstacles no different from logistical problems as patient Donald T admits.

  • Tues. 6/6/17

    Tues. 6/6/17
    Playing with the smoke and fire metaphor patient Al F observes that playing with fire right now is dangerous for all.

  • Tues. 6/6/17

    Tues. 6/6/17
    Patient demonstrates that he has learned the hard way that the truth can never be covered up forever.

  • Wed. 6/7/17

    Wed. 6/7/17
    Patient Donald T resorts to his standard political rhetoric using Pavlovian conditioning to manipulate a gullible audience.

  • Wed. 6/7/17

    Wed. 6/7/17
    Sketchy legalistic patient Jeff S uses a flimsy rationale for distancing himself from his boss and his own potential liability.

  • Wed. 6/7/17

    Wed. 6/7/17
    Underworld patient helps out former Jersey associate by sending a message to an enemy that no one could ignore.

  • Wed. 6/7/17

    Wed. 6/7/17
    Intelligence patient James C gives careful consideration to the testimony he will give to ensure its accuracy and integrity.

  • Wed. 6/7/17

    Wed. 6/7/17
    Pint sized patient confronts a common dilemma - the feeling that the universe is against us and all choices are bad.

  • Thurs. 6/8/17

    Thurs. 6/8/17
    Patient Donald T acknowledges the lengths he will go to in order to cover up his criminal activity aimed at personal gain.

  • Thurs. 6/8/17

    Thurs. 6/8/17
    Media spin patient Kellyanne C reveals the impact of the fake news strategy employed by her boss during the election and cover-up

  • Thurs. 6/8/17

    Thurs. 6/8/17
    Floundering presidential PR person patient Sean S attempts to cover all bases with a blanket spin that leaves all heads spinning.

  • Thurs. 6/8/17

    Thurs. 6/8/17
    Hyper time conscious patient reminds us that dwelling on the passage of time only leaves less time for enjoyment of life.

  • Fri. 6/9/17

    Fri. 6/9/17
    We know that power corrupts but don’t often get to watch it happening right in front of our eyes as we do now with patient Donald T.

  • Fri. 6/9/17

    Fri. 6/9/17
    Patient conversant in unconscious brain function suggests a possible explanation for the incoherent thought and speech patterns of the current president.

  • Fri. 6/9/17

    Fri. 6/9/17
    Moral dilemma number 86. Morally bankrupt patient Mike P makes another desperate but vain attempt to reconcile his morals with an immoral environment.

  • Fri. 6/9/17

    Fri. 6/9/17
    The easy substitution of fantasy for reality by sycophant patient Steve B for narcissistic patient Donald T is again on full display.

  • Fri. 6/9/17

    Fri. 6/9/17
    Inherent traits underlying our personalities cannot be changed for better or for worse - better in the case of this smiley patient.

  • Sat. 6/10/17

    Sat. 6/10/17
    Ignorance, intolerance and racism are essential ingredients in demagoguery all of which are displayed in patient Donald T’s irrational tirade.

  • Sat. 6/10/17

    Sat. 6/10/17
    Thoughtfully thoughtless patient minimizes inherent deficiencies in the healthy pursuit of contentment and self esteem.

  • Sat. 6/10/17

    Sat. 6/10/17
    It’s never easy for someone living in the real world like patient James C to fathom the unhinged rantings of a psychopath.

  • Sat. 6/10/17

    Sat. 6/10/17
    Unthinking humans consider hypocrisy to be an annoying, unappealing trait but for some like this miniature patient it can have very serious consequences.

  • Sun. 6/11/17

    Sun. 6/11/17
    Delusory patient Donald T has substituted fantasy for reality so thoroughly that what begins as false immediately becomes true internally.

  • Sun. 6/11/17

    Sun. 6/11/17
    Unsuspecting swimming guest unwittingly brings back evidence of EPA boss’ conflict of interest concerning big oil companies.

  • Sun. 6/11/17

    Sun. 6/11/17
    Hypocrisy is seldom well received particularly when it concerns prejudice as education patient Betsy D has yet to learn.

  • Sun. 6/11/17

    Sun. 6/11/17
    Patient known as an instrument of brutality reflects on the idea that perspective in time and place affects judgement.

  • Mon. 6/12/17

    Mon. 6/12/17
    The worst nightmare for the autocrat who craves unconditional adulation is to be ignored as seen in patient Donald T’s dream.

  • Mon. 6/12/17

    Mon. 6/12/17
    Essential emergency road service patient offers a grievance that many who play a critical but sporadic role in an enterprise feel.

  • Mon. 6/12/17

    Mon. 6/12/17
    Crusading patient Bernie S notes the hypocritical double standard that has taken over since the current administration swore itself in.

  • Mon. 6/12/17

    Mon. 6/12/17
    Introspective glass patient uses personal experience to describe the ironic and chameleon-like nature of human perception.

  • Mon. 6/12/17

    Mon. 6/12/17
    Fed up patient Al F minces no words in describing Republican duplicity in the various investigations of their imperial boss.

  • Tues. 6/13/17

    Tues. 6/13/17
    The narcissist’s fixation in the adolescent state results in an immature sense of humor and responsibility as displayed by patient Donald T.

  • Tues. 6/13/17

    Tues. 6/13/17
    The defenses we create to protect fragile egos can also impede normal socializing as illustrated by a suspicious, quilled patient.

  • Tues. 6/13/17

    Tues. 6/13/17
    Never an above board game the politics played by underhanded patient Steve B and his corrupt boss is dirtier than ever.

  • Tues. 6/13/17

    Tues. 6/13/17
    The foundation of modern media manipulation goes back to the need for primitive man to know that which cannot be known.

  • Wed. 6/14/17

    Wed. 6/14/17
    The autocratic despot demands the fawning obsequiousness of the sycophant who will bow down before him as patient Donald T demands.

  • Wed. 6/14/17

    Wed. 6/14/17
    Experiencing negative feelings is normal; dwelling on them can lead to anger and depression as easily pricked patients discovers.

  • Wed. 6/14/17

    Wed. 6/14/17
    When one makes a profession out of lying to others it’s only natural that one would then lie to oneself as does patient Sean S.

  • Wed. 6/14/17

    Wed. 6/14/17
    Fitting healthcare into a tight budget remains a problem for many including this timid, fiscally responsible patient.

  • Thurs. 6/15/17

    Thurs. 6/15/17
    Embarrassing for a healthy person, a lack of interest in education is typical of a dysfunctional narcissist like patient Donald T.

  • Thurs. 6/15/17

    Thurs. 6/15/17
    It’s difficult to look at ourselves objectively as patient with right wing and masochistic tendencies illustrates.

  • Thurs. 6/15/17

    Thurs. 6/15/17
    Blind loyalty springs from a lack of self worth and the need to be told what has value as patient Ben C and others exhibit.

  • Fri. 6/16/17

    Fri. 6/16/17
    Authoritarians place more value on shows of power and in humiliating others than on accomplishments as patient Donald T boasts.

  • Fri. 6/16/17

    Fri. 6/16/17
    The unconscious mind as that of surprise patient is a delicate and impressionable canvas and not to be toyed with as modern media does.

  • Fri. 6/16/17

    Fri. 6/16/17
    The Freudian slip often reveals unconscious anxieties as it does once again with nervous Republican patient Mitch M.

  • Fri. 6/16/17

    Fri. 6/16/17
    Patient well versed in deception observes that modern media have made it much easier for him to earn his livelihood.

  • Sat. 6/17/17

    Sat. 6/17/17
    Ethics plays no role in the autocrat’s estimation of worth; only size counts as patient Donald’ T’s misplaced pride attests.

  • Sat. 6/17/17

    Sat. 6/17/17
    Finicky patient equates friendly canine behavior with subservience and deems it inferior to feline aloofness.

  • Sat. 6/17/17

    Sat. 6/17/17
    Pampered patient Ivanka T believes that the resources of the federal government are hers to spend on self enrichment.

  • Sun. 6/18/17

    Sun. 6/18/17
    Authoritarians like patient Donald T must be told only what they want to hear whether or not it corresponds to reality.

  • Sun. 6/18/17

    Sun. 6/18/17
    Normal adolescent behavior tests limits in order to set norms as precocious patient with singular nasal problem does.

  • Sun. 6/18/17

    Sun. 6/18/17
    The criminal mind pays close attention to detail and disdains those who do not as expressed by strongman patient Vladimir P.

  • Sun. 6/18/17

    Sun. 6/18/17
    Names define us in many ways. We can be hurt by name calling and thus should do our best not to hurt others by mocking their names.

  • Mon. 6/19/17

    Mon. 6/19/17
    In dreams death often symbolizes freedom from earthly trials which turns patient Donald T’s dream into his worst nightmare.

  • Mon. 6/19/17

    Mon. 6/19/17
    The familiar is normal, the unfamiliar abnormal; still we are often judgmental of others as long necked patient observes.

  • Mon. 6/19/17

    Mon. 6/19/17
    It takes a criminal mind to know a criminal mind as criminal patient Paul M muses about criminal presidential colleague.

  • Tues. 6/20/17

    Tues. 6/20/17
    The narcissist believes himself superior to others and thus above the law and able to express only arrogance as seen in patient Donald T.

  • Tues. 6/20/17

    Tues. 6/20/17
    The power of suggestion works best when the subject’s unconscious desires are tapped as suggestive patient Sven G demonstrates.

  • Tues. 6/20/17

    Tues. 6/20/17
    As rumors of his imminent departure continue to swirl PR patient Sean S attempts to put his immediate future into perspective.

  • Tues. 6/20/17

    Tues. 6/20/17
    Underworld patient laments that fact that another family took organized crime all the way to the White House before he could.

  • Wed. 6/21/17

    Wed. 6/21/17
    Self serving patient Donald T demonstrates that he puts his own safety above that of others even if it requires treason to do it.

  • Wed. 6/21/17

    Wed. 6/21/17
    Patriarchal patient laments the lack of modern technology in an age when there was direct communication with God.

  • Wed. 6/21/17

    Wed. 6/21/17
    Republican power broker patient Mitch M describes his autocratic strategy for pushing through an draconian health care bill.

  • Wed. 6/21/17

    Wed. 6/21/17
    It’s not unusual for patients to take an antagonist attitude during early sessions as explosive patient does with this taunt.

  • Thurs. 6/22/17

    Thurs. 6/22/17
    Publicity seeking patient Donald T goes to great lengths to get a photo op that can be used against potential political opponents.

  • Thurs. 6/22/17

    Thurs. 6/22/17
    Hard hitting conscientious patient worries that when he’s out of sorts others may suffer the consequences.

  • Thurs. 6/22/17

    Thurs. 6/22/17
    Nepotism often results in unqualified persons being in over their head to detriment of many as novice patient Jared K proves.

  • Thurs. 6/22/17

    Thurs. 6/22/17
    Even the most sophisticated among us can benefit from a lesson in tact as well intentioned and manicured patient illustrates.

  • Thurs. 4/6/17

    Thurs. 4/6/17
    Married patients Ivanka T and Jared K begin to confront the inherent problems of combining political roles with conjugal roles

  • Fri. 4/7/17

    Fri. 4/7/17
    The narcissist’s belief that he knows more than anyone else leaves him deaf to the thoughts, ideas and opinions of others as evidenced by patient Donald T.

  • Fri. 4/7/17

    Fri. 4/7/17
    KGB training in ruses, dissembling, and speaking in code continues to permeate strategic thinking of patient Vladimir P.

  • Fri. 4/7/17

    Fri. 4/7/17
    Unmasked 1. Patient appears to have inside info on people incidentally caught up in surveillance of unsavory characters.

  • Sat. 4/8/17

    Sat. 4/8/17
    The narcissist sees everything in terms of personal ego as patient Donald T illustrates in continuing to deprecate predecessor with false accusations.

  • Sat. 4/8/17

    Sat. 4/8/17
    Patient Jared K exaggerated opinion of himself allows him to rationalizes his lack of qualifications and experience for his many government responsibilities.

  • Sat. 4/8/17

    Sat. 4/8/17
    Patient Ivanka T highlights the drawbacks of mistaking subjectivity for objectivity in evaluating family members for important qualifications.

  • Sat. 4/8/17

    Sat. 4/8/17
    Patient with real world experience has advice and warning for inexperienced White House staff chosen for their proximity to the president rather than for their experience or qualifications.

  • Sun. 4/9/17

    Sun. 4/9/17
    The narcissistic abnormality as exemplified by patient Donald T views human lives other than their own as mere objects in the environment to be manipulated to their selfish ends.

  • Sun. 44/9/17

    Sun. 44/9/17
    Moral dilemma number 75. Patient Mike P again grasps at straws to soothe a stricken conscience and avoid facing the truth about his boss’s attitude toward women.

  • Mon. 4/10/17

    Mon. 4/10/17
    Our greatest fears often appear metaphorically in easily interpreted dreams as illustrated by patient Donald T unconscious awareness of the true nature of his relationship with a dangerous adversary.

  • Mon. 4/10/17

    Mon. 4/10/17
    Moral dilemma number 76. Patient Mike P has integrated lying so fully into his political mindset that he no longer notices its insidious undermining of his own personal moral code.

  • Mon. 4/10/17

    Mon. 4/10/17
    Patient Hillary C takes sarcastic exception to accepted wisdom that it wasn’t unscrupulous, dishonest collusion among many parties including the Russians that defeated her but rather her well-run campaign.

  • Mon. 4/10/17

    Mon. 4/10/17
    Patient overlooks an oddity of nature and innocently tries to crack one of the age old and unanswerable philosophical paradoxes.

  • Mon. 4/10/17

    Mon. 4/10/17
    Spinster quack 34. With evidence mounting and investigations pending and spinning ever more hysterically patient Kellyanne C argues the unbelievable unbelievably.

  • Tues. 4/11/7

    Tues. 4/11/7
    Miscommunication by the deliberately inexperienced staff of uniformed president patient Donald T has serious consequences.

  • Tues. 4/11/17

    Tues. 4/11/17
    Patient Al F explores methods for negating the unprecedented Republican abrogation of duty in denying a sitting president a Supreme Court nomination and its catastrophic consequences.

  • Tues. 4/11/17

    Tues. 4/11/17
    Patient expresses concern about the highly combustible situation in the White House under the new erratic administration.

  • Tues. 4/11/17

    Tues. 4/11/17
    Patient Paul M appears to reminisce about days of illegal, dangerous activity as if they are the “good old days” and disingenuously wonders how the world can be so small.

  • Wed. 4/12/17

    Wed. 4/12/17
    Patient Donald T’s fixation in adolescent sexuality stage is likely an insurmountable obstacle to therapeutic progress.

  • Wed. 4/12/17

    Wed. 4/12/17
    Patient Betsy D unapologetically uses her position in government to apply a tried and true profit scheme to education.

  • Wed. 4/12/17

    Wed. 4/12/17
    Rexxon State Dept. 5. Patient Hillary C speculates that the bumbling now clearly evident in the White House may in fact be as fake as a reality t.v. show.

  • Wed. 4/12/17

    Wed. 4/12/17
    Moral dilemma number 77. Patient Mike P’s tenuous grasp of history and sociological concepts makes him easy prey for seasoned spinster.

  • Thurs. 4/13/17

    Thurs. 4/13/17
    Even facing imminent downfall the narcissistic psyche accepts neither responsibility nor blame as patient Donald T illustrates.

  • Thurs. 4/13/17

    Thurs. 4/13/17
    Patient Paul M appears to be rehearsing false testimony he’s likely to have give under oath to the authorities in connection with colluding with the Russians during the 2016 election.

  • Thurs. 4/13/17

    Thurs. 4/13/17
    Patient with knowledge of how to work with delicate materials observes a difference in the approach of the new administration.

  • Thurs. 4/13/17

    Thurs. 4/13/17
    Unconscious anti-semitism surfaces involuntarily as patient Sean S demonstrates even as he consciously attempts to condemn it.

  • Fri. 4/14/17

    Fri. 4/14/17
    Patient Donald T illustrates the direct link between racist xenophobia and ignorance based on miseducation gleaned from addiction to unfiltered popular culture.

  • Fri. 4/14/17

    Fri. 4/14/17
    Patient Jeff S’s inability to express his true feelings publicly is a tacit admission of shame as well as an acknowledgment of a morally bankrupt policy.

  • Fri. 4/14/17

    Fri. 4/14/17
    Patient used to getting kicked around in the political arena notices obvious lack of game plan with p’s and q’s replacing x’s and o’s.

  • Fri. 4/14/17

    Fri. 4/14/17
    Amid White House intrigue patient Steve B feels the need for what is traditionally a sort of underworld insurance policy in case some plausibly deniable event occurs.

  • Sat. 4/15/17

    Sat. 4/15/17
    The narcissistic personality is more suited for showmanship than for public service as illustrated by patient Donald T’s incessant and unrelenting self promotion.

  • Sat. 4/15/17

    Sat. 4/15/17
    Having learned or inherited a narcissistic disorder from her father patient Ivanka T sees even human suffering as nothing more than a lost opportunity for personal self enrichment.

  • Sat. 4/15/17

    Sat. 4/15/17
    The acceptance of executions has become so engrained that Republicans like patient Paul R treat them as entertainment no different from a football game or a boxing match.

  • Sat. 4/15/17

    Sat. 4/15/17
    Normally serious patient Bernie S attempts to find levity with an all too appropriate analogy between two potentially serious disasters.

  • Sun. 4/16/17

    Sun. 4/16/17
    The narcissist believes that he is superior; others are innately inferior; and the law applies only to others - never to him as illustrated by patient Donald T.

  • Sun. 4/16/17

    Sun. 4/16/17
    God complex 1. Playing along with an egotistical boss often requires the pretense that insanity is sane, the irrational is rational and the absurd is normal as illustrated by patient Kellyanne C.

  • Sun. 4/16/17

    Sun. 4/16/17
    Patient Al F views Easter in a new light amidst the allegations and investigations of the current administration.

  • Sun. 4/16/17

    Sun. 4/16/17
    Patient Bernie S wonders where the road the current administration and it’s adherence to NRA support has put us on might lead.

  • Mon. 4/17/17

    Mon. 4/17/17
    The narcissistic personality as exemplified by patient Donald T values nothing higher than self, neither children, family nor religious tradition.

  • Mon. 4/17/17

    Mon. 4/17/17
    Patient wonders why children and safety concerns were not taken into consideration during the planning of this traditional event.

  • Mon. 4/17/17

    Mon. 4/17/17
    Patient Donald T’s need for affirmation insulates him from reality even as it allows sycophant patient Steve B to manipulate him to his own selfish ends.

  • Mon. 4/17/17

    Mon. 4/17/17
    Patient Jared K is curious but unable to interpret the strange behavior he has witnessed in his step-mother-in-law particularly when in close proximity to her husband.

  • Tues. 4/18/17

    Tues. 4/18/17
    Pathological lying 1. With frequent repetition the pathological liar begins to believe his own lies as illustrated here by patient Donald T.

  • Tues. 4/18/17

    Tues. 4/18/17
    Moral dilemma number 78. With prompting patient Mike P willingly forgets that transparency is vital to democracy and was once valued in America.

  • Tues. 4/18/17

    Tues. 4/18/17
    Patient with working knowledge of spiritual world gives a cryptic warning to those who think they are getting away with something.

  • Tues. 4/18/17

    Tues. 4/18/17
    Patient Sean S tries to explain to me his irrational rationale for his job as spokesman for an authoritarian president - daily sessions recommended.

  • Wed. 4/19/17

    Wed. 4/19/17
    Control oriented authoritarian personalities find comfort in each other’s success as a way of subduing unconscious anxieties around injustice, illegitimacy and impotence.

  • Wed. 4/19/17

    Wed. 4/19/17
    Patient Betsy D’s lack of expertise in the field she has been appointed to oversee combined with a for-profit mindset contribute to her prioritizing finance over education.

  • Wed. 4/19/17

    Wed. 4/19/17
    Nostalgic patient appears to lament the subversion of a political document as much as the extinction of a species.

  • Thurs. 4/20/19

    Thurs. 4/20/19
    The only threat to the narcissist is one to his own ego; the wellbeing of others is never an issue as illustrated by patient Donald T.

  • Thurs. 4/20/17

    Thurs. 4/20/17
    Patients Ivanka T and Jared K illustrate the dangers of mingling professional and marital relationships particularly when both have little experience in the former and are involved in further complications regarding the latter.

  • Thurs. 4/20/17

    Thurs. 4/20/17
    NY underworld patient reflects on one of his high profile business associates and notes the well documented fact that the delusional egomania of the narcissist is evident in youth and even infancy.

  • Thurs. 4/20/17

    Thurs. 4/20/17
    Overconfidence in the criminal mind as demonstrated by presidential colleague patient Paul M often leads to an unforeseen downfall.

  • Fri. 4/21/17

    Fri. 4/21/17
    The authoritarian mindset as illustrated by patient Donald T views democratic ideas and institutions as merely slight annoyances on the way to full control.

  • Fri. 4/21/17

    Fri. 4/21/17
    Patients Ivanka T and Kellyanne C illustrate how political agendas are corrupted by too much cash and too little ethical oversight.

  • Fri.4/21/17

    Fri.4/21/17
    In spite of knowing the tragic ending patient’s environment has been degraded by Republicans to the point that he fantasizes being a different creature in a different movie.

  • Fri.4/21/17

    Fri.4/21/17
    Patient Bernie S laments the abandonment of the American Dream as Republicans trade traditional values for short term profit.

  • Sat. 4/22/17

    Sat. 4/22/17
    The narcissist’s need to control extends to unchangeable historical facts as illustrated by patient Donald T’s need for history to reflect a nonexistent friendship.

  • Sat. 4/22/17

    Sat. 4/22/17
    Abuse results when too much power is granted to a small minded person incapable of handing it as demonstrated by patient Jeff S.

  • Sat. 4/22/17

    Sat. 4/22/17
    As we often do this patient expresses self doubt based on actions of others which contradict our self image.

  • Sun. 4/23/17

    Sun. 4/23/17
    Pathological 2. The pathological liar knows subconsciously that he is lying so gets upset when confronted with the truth as patient Donald T shows.

  • Sun. 4/23/17

    Sun. 4/23/17
    Naively loyal patient Sean S nevertheless understands that the loyalty of his boss only extends to whom he can profit from most at the moment.

  • Sun. 4/23/17

    Sun. 4/23/17
    Patient Kellyanne C has second thoughts about her initial excitement about the addition of a respected fake news man to her team.

  • Mon. 4/24/17

    Mon. 4/24/17
    Megalomania is a common trait of the authoritarian personality disorder as demonstrated by patient Donald T’s self image as a member of a nonexistent royal family.

  • Mon. 4/24/17

    Mon. 4/24/17
    Patient Sean S is so immersed in his boss’ fake reality that he cannot recognize logical contradictions in his own “reasoning.”

  • Mon. 4/24/17

    Mon. 4/24/17
    The combination of ignorance and religious zealotry render patient Betsy D’s goals for public education antithetical to the Constitution as well as to democracy.

  • Tues. 4/25/17

    Tues. 4/25/17
    Fixated in adolescent stage patient Donald T continues to believe that national and international events are as simplistic as his adolescent thinking.

  • Tues. 4/25/17

    Tues. 4/25/17
    Patient Paul M ’s close knowledge of the underworld associates of the president from Russia to Jersey demands constant risk assessment of volatile financial embroilments.

  • Tues. 4/25/17

    Tues. 4/25/17
    Patient with intimate knowledge of the passage of time suggests that even Father Time can grow impatient to bring intolerable situations to a relatively rapid end.

  • Wed. 4/26/17

    Wed. 4/26/17
    While disinterested in government business patient Donald T pays close attention to the details of monetizing the presidency.

  • Wed. 4/26/17

    Wed. 4/26/17
    Even as adults it is difficult to see in our parents’ aberrant behavior what is perfectly obvious to others as illustrated by patient Ivanka T’s blindness to her father’s sexism.

  • Wed. 4/26/617

    Wed. 4/26/617
    Patient Sean S’s admission of illegal conduct seems less a confession than a mulling of the most practical way to present it as official spokesman.

  • Thurs. 4/27/17

    Thurs. 4/27/17
    Fixation on adolescent sexuality impedes patient Donald T’s ability to focus on pressing governmental issues requiring full attention.

  • Thurs. 4/27/17

    Thurs. 4/27/17
    Patient Donald T’s demand that reality conform to his fantasy leaves him vulnerable to manipulation by sycophant patient Steve B.

  • Thurs. 4/27/17

    Thurs. 4/27/17
    Patient Bernie S sees through the egomaniacal schemes of a man desperate to take control of an uncontrollable situation.

  • Thurs. 4/27/17

    Thurs. 4/27/17
    Patient wants to ensure that a perpetually sunny disposition isn’t mistaken for approval of current political situation.

  • Thurs. 4/27/17

    Thurs. 4/27/17
    Likely schizophrenic patient Steve B suggests an improbable conspiracy scheme as if talking to an easily manipulated Breitbart audience.

  • Thurs. 4/27/17

    Thurs. 4/27/17
    Patient Hillary C struggles to reconcile herself with the lack of action taken by Republicans toward Russian infiltration of election campaign.

  • Thurs. 4/27/17

    Thurs. 4/27/17
    Presidential spin man patient Sean S reveals that bus scheme was an attempt to change the optics on an earlier discrediting bus tape.

  • Fri. 4/28/17

    Fri. 4/28/17
    Healthy people look to explain the assertion of control by the narcissist like patient Donald T when control itself is the only motive.

  • Fri. 4/28/17

    Fri. 4/28/17
    Patient Barack O appears both amused and disturbed by the amateurishly dangerous buffoonery of the new president.

  • Fri. 4/28/17

    Fri. 4/28/17
    Instinctively unionized patient finds solace in seeing armies of people protesting new administration’s attacks on working people.

  • Fri. 4/28/17

    Fri. 4/28/17
    Patient Al F humorously ponders the next move the controlling authoritarian in the White House might make in an attempt to force compliance.

  • Sat. 4/29/17

    Sat. 4/29/17
    The fragile narcissistic ego demands that reality reflect its needs resulting in an authoritarian mindset as illustrated by patient Donald T.

  • Sat. 4/29/17

    Sat. 4/29/17
    Moral dilemma number 79. Patient Mike P willingly slips further into the web of deceit that is required to justify the criminal activity of his boss’ campaign.

  • Sat. 4/29/17

    Sat. 4/29/17
    With first hand experience of the greed and duplicity of current administration’s cabinet picks patient fantasizes about revenge.

  • Sat. 4/29/17

    Sat. 4/29/17
    Duplicitous patient Jeff S uses a pre-fab cover-all media excuse for lying in order to cover up the criminal activity of his boss during a compromised campaign.

  • Sun. 4/30/17

    Sun. 4/30/17
    The narcissist lacks a sense of humor because humor threatens an ego that depends on unbridled adulation as seen in patient Donald T.

  • Sun. 4/30/17

    Sun. 4/30/17
    Patient Vladimir P inadvertently suggests that there is more evidence of collusion to be gathered by various American investigations.

  • Sun. 4/30/17

    Sun. 4/30/17
    Patient Sean S reveals the lengths to which his boss will go to ensure complete fealty and adulation from his underlings.

  • Mon. 5/1/17

    Mon. 5/1/17
    The narcissist lacks a sense of humor because humor threatens an ego that depends on unbridled adulation as seen in patient Donald T.

  • Mon. 5/1/17

    Mon. 5/1/17
    The children of controlling parents often learn to manipulate through fawning behavior as illustrated by patients Ivanka and Donald T.

  • Mon. 5/1/17

    Mon. 5/1/17
    Patient Kellyanne C illustrates the degree to which unquestioning loyalty blinds one to the sinister nature of the demand for that very loyalty.

  • Mon. 5/1/17

    Mon. 5/1/17
    Patient Jeff S’s musings suggest that he takes more pride in loyalty to his boss than in the public service legal work he has been appointed to do.

  • Mon. 5/1/17

    Mon. 5/1/17
    The sycophant always tells the narcissist what he wants to hear regardless of truth as seen here in patients Steve B and Donald T.

  • Mon. 5/1/17

    Mon. 5/1/17
    Patient with long history of autocratic rule sees parallels in the proclamations of the current resident of the White House.

  • Mon. 5/1/17

    Mon. 5/1/17
    Autocratic patient Vladimir P understands that loyalty like any other virtue can be used against those who are not autocratic.

  • Tues. 5/2/17

    Tues. 5/2/17
    The authoritarian demagogue uses a combination of stealth and bullying to solidify his control as illustrated by patient Donald T.

  • Tues. 5/2/17

    Tues. 5/2/17
    PR patient Sean S relates a policy decision that is important to the president’s idea of the direction the country should take.

  • Tues. 5/2/17

    Tues. 5/2/17
    Patient Kellyanne C’s choice of fake presidents unconsciously reveals a secret desire for her presidential boss’ path to follow that of the infamous Richard Nixon.

  • Tues. 5/2/17

    Tues. 5/2/17
    Patient Al F contemplates the problem of communicating with a president whose role models are dead authoritarian presidents.

  • Wed. 5/3/17

    Wed. 5/3/17
    Delusional patient Donald T wistfully imagines an alternative past that would align more closely with what he believes to be the present

  • Wed. 5/3/17

    Wed. 5/3/17
    Patient Betsy D proudly confesses that her financial and religious interests shape her priorities for public education.

  • Wed. 5/3/17

    Wed. 5/3/17
    Patient with experience in hopeless situations recognizes when someone hits the gas hoping against hope to outrun disaster.

  • Thurs. 5/4/17

    Thurs. 5/4/17
    Patient Donald T discovers that when you want something as desperately as he wants to claim victory there is a price to pay to those who know about it.

  • Thurs. 5/4/17

    Thurs. 5/4/17
    Moral dilemma number 80. Patient Mike P again yields his moral values to his sly spinster colleague in order not to confront the truth about what he’s done.

  • Thurs. 5/4/17

    Thurs. 5/4/17
    Betrayal of American values by partisan politicians can effect us emotionally as illustrated by patient Glass Half Full’s more than half empty feelings.

  • Thurs. 5/4/17

    Thurs. 5/4/17
    Patient Mitch M’s Freudian slip reveals a great ambivalence about both his roll in the political process as well as the unpopular health care bill itself.

  • Thurs. 5/4/17

    Thurs. 5/4/17
    Enmeshed in a dysfunctional world patient Steve B’s deepening psychosis is causing him to reevaluate events going way back.

  • Thurs. 5/4/17

    Thurs. 5/4/17
    Patient confesses that the corruption and inhumanity of the current administration has taken the air out of him - literally.

  • Fri. 5/5/17

    Fri. 5/5/17
    Patient Donald T hints at the reason why a director of the FBI would conceal his investigation of Trump while snitching on Hillary.

  • Fri. 5/5/17

    Fri. 5/5/17
    Patient Paul R gives a lesson in the kind of reverse logic required for creating the illusion that ideology overrides humanity.

  • Fri. 5/5/17

    Fri. 5/5/17
    Patient Moses with first hand experience with plagues sees parallels with health care that is currently raining down on an innocent and unsuspecting public.

  • Sat. 5/5/17

    Sat. 5/5/17
    Patient Ben C with medical knowledge of preexisting conditions comforts those who expect to lose health care under Trumpcare.

  • Sat. 5/6/17

    Sat. 5/6/17
    Without having read George Will’s piece patient Donald T proves Will’s point with a typically circular observation on the meaning of nothing.

  • Sat. 5/6/17

    Sat. 5/6/17
    Patient Paul R unwittingly hopes for a fascist victory in Europe to undermine the very liberal institutions that have benefitted him but that he now vilifies.

  • Sat. 5/6/17

    Sat. 5/6/17
    Patient sensitive to deception has to be careful whose words he utters during this time of unprecedented deceit given his odd metaphysical characteristic.

  • Sun. 5/7/17

    Sun. 5/7/17
    Fake Times 1. Patient Donald T illustrates one of the dangers of lying repeatedly - you begin to believe your own lies and sink deeper into a world of delusion.

  • Sun. 5/7/17

    Sun. 5/7/17
    Patient Sean S illustrates how arrogance overrides ignorance in the mind of his egotistical boss and those who are hogtied to him.

  • Sun. 5/7/17

    Sun. 5/7/17
    Patient wonders if there is a relationship between being nailed and the positions he’s been conditioned to reflexively support.

  • Mon. 5/8/17

    Mon. 5/8/17
    Unconscious fears of patient Donald T haunt him as he is confronted with the one he has chosen out of a feeling of inferiority to make his own nemesis.

  • Mon. 5/8/17

    Mon. 5/8/17
    Moral dilemma number 81. Nervous patient Mike P allows himself to be comforted by discomforting lies in order to shield himself from his own self betrayal.

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