PSYCHOLOGY

At Home with Ourselves

Typology describes how we approach and understand our environment. How do we solve problems and relate to others? Knowing how your partner or your children choose to process all this information makes for an enlightened home.

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The Secret Lives of Our Possessions

The Swiss psychiatrist C.G. Jung defended the autonomy of things. Our possessions aren’t just here to do our bidding, he said, but have lives and feelings of their own. What are our obligations to them? And how can we be more sensitive to their needs?

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Anatomy of Homesickness

For some early immigrants to America, “homesickness” was a wasting disease. Others stayed healthy, using arts and crafts to honor the homes they’d left behind.

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