“What To Call What I Photograph”

I’ve searched for years for the appropriate word of that which I photograph.

“Subject” makes it inferior, under me.

“Object” too cold, unfeeling.

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“Fusing with the Subject”

This hand is you and your other your spouse. Bring them close together, then have them touch – and then interlock them.

You have now created a new Entity: the two of you fused as One. This is Fusion, this is Love.

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“Empathy, Sympathy, and a Broken Relationship”

How much
do you feel
your other
is feeling?

They were only together a short time when she became pregnant. Here they are six years later with a boy of whom they are both so proud – and very deservedly so.

However two years after his birth they separated and only recently have returned. Both with recriminations.

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Video: Helping Children Through Their Parents’ Divorce

Dr. Diamond discusses one approach to helping a child through their parents’ divorce, and also the best possible attitude the parents can have in order to help their children during this time.

See more videos by Dr Diamond on his YouTube channel.

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Video: The Primary Family Problem

A free video introduction, by Dr. Diamond, to one of the deepest and most universal problems affecting health and relationships.
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“The Body Shell Syndrome”

Introduces a pervasive but common syndrome, associated with the circulation-sex acupuncture meridian, that impacts a person's ability to relate to the world.
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The word profit is defined as “the pecuniary gain in any transaction; the amount by which value acquired exceeds value expended”[1]—so you get more than you give. That seems to me to be selfish. It is not fair. It is not sharing. It should be that what we get is equal to what we give.

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“Sustained by Blake’s Vision”

With so many unhappy couples I am sustained by Blake’s Vision, as described to his friend and patron Thomas Butts...
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“My First Patient”

My first patient, a married woman in her mid-thirties, was an inpatient in a neurosurgery ward. She had been suffering from severe headaches for many years. The neurosurgeon, though academically brilliant, seemed to have an unsympathetic attitude and was subjecting her to a number of painful procedures, which included pneumoencephalograms, blood tests, cerebral arteriography, X-rays, lumbar punctures, and so on.

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“It Doesn’t Take Time to Love a Puppy”

It doesn't take time to love a puppy.  You do - or you don't. 
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