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Kaleidoscope of Postmodern Life, Part Five: Psychological and Political Repercussions of the Four Parts of Prenatal Pain—Crowded, Stifled, Disgusted, Irritated

Blueprints of Human Nature and Four Earliest Roots of War, Bigotry, and Pollution: 21st Century and Its Discontents, Part 5 Four Blueprints of “Human Nature” These imprints on our psyche caused by uncomfortable experiences in late gestation that are molds … Continue reading

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