Gary Small


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iBrain: Surviving the Techn...

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The Memory Bible: An Innova...

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Improve Your Memory Now: Ma...

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“Many mental health professionals are drawn to the field in part to resolve their own personal struggles.”
Gary Small, The Naked Lady Who Stood on Her Head: A Psychiatrist’s Stories of His Most Bizarre Cases

“Sociopaths, or what psychiatrists call antisocial personalities, have lifelong patterns of deceitfulness for personal gain. They lack remorse and empathy and are wizards at rationalizing away how they hurt and mistreat others.”
Gary Small, The Naked Lady Who Stood on Her Head: A Psychiatrist’s Stories of His Most Bizarre Cases

“A general principle of human behavior is that it’s easier for us to see something negative in other people than in ourselves. This mental process sometimes guides therapists when they make interpretations during treatment. Often, the traits that disturb us most in others are those that we ourselves possess. It may upset us to see these qualities in other people, but it’s completely unacceptable to acknowledge them in ourselves.”
Gary Small, The Naked Lady Who Stood on Her Head: A Psychiatrist’s Stories of His Most Bizarre Cases

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