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PostSubject: Bonds   Sat Feb 26, 2011 9:32 pm

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[M]odern psychology has created widespread "social pollution" by
its analytical and also reductionist emphasis on the isolated
individual and its relentless hostility to social bonds as expressed
in tradition, community structures, and the family. It is no accident
that it was modern industrial psychology which first reduced the
extended family to the nuclear family, then reduced the nuclear family
to the increasingly common subnuclear family of one parent, and now
works toward the parentless family where the child is raised by
government programs.
Paul Vitz: Psychology as Religion: The Cult of Self Worship, 1977

John Kaminski wrote:
Here we have a glimpse of how the Freudian psychology industry severed our contact with friends and family and trapped us inside ourselves in a society wide campaign whose object was the alienation of everyone, on the theory that isolated, worried consumers spend much more money trying to palliate their discomfort than happy families content in their own distinctive beauty that makes it a joy to be home, and planning for the future rather than trying to anesthetize the past.

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