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Published on Feb 16, 2010
Starts at 0:30 with Jane Goldberg, Ph.D. on developing our "Psychological Immune System"....Barbara starts the group's discussion on grief 1:30 Walter loves the idea of possibly being famous on the show (Barbara says dream on, she is here to be cured) 6:10 Could Walter's love of applause be healing to past trauma? Jane interrupts to ask Molly if Tiger Woods problem made her depression feel better? Molly felt sorry for him and Barbara goes on about Michael Jackson's problems...finally Jane asks Carol if Barbara is talking too much 10:15 and Carol says the People Magazine topic is irrelevant to the group. 12:45 Molly says throughout history people have not listened. They listened to Christ 13:0014:30 why is being on camera better than an orgasm? (Barbara) 14:48 Why do you talk so much, Barbara? (asks Molly). 19:00 Jane and Paul have a discussion about how in a good group session people leave in a spiritual high to 21:15 how people defend against feelings and the psychological apparatus gets jumbled. If instead we can look at what we are feeling moment by moment and helping each other to do so we feel whole and integrated. 26:45 Jane defines psychoanalysis. Ends with Barbara asking if she can get cured. After show ends Walter is unhappy with what Jane says about discharging feelings ("Freud abandoned that, it doesn't work") and she takes this up on show 16