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A Jungian Approach to Tinder

The nature of relationships is changing, with the internet now the second most common way for couples to meet. Attitudes towards online dating have also become more positive, with many accepting it as a legitimate way to meet new people. However, love as a psychological emotion hasn’t changed. So what would Jung make…

New Name

There is nothing so desirable As to inhabit what is Real The search, it finds me, Moves me and breathes me. We can never really know The actual truth of another, In dark corners of our fears… But for the innocence of our brother. And yet all I have seen,…

Individuation and the Unlived Life of the Parents

“Nothing has a stronger influence psychologically on their environment and especially on their children than the unlived life of the parent.” - C.G. Jung My dad has always existed for me in the space between "here" and "gone." He was always around, but only rarely has he been truly present in my…

Theresa Holleran on The Shadow Dance of the Feminine and Masculine

When Theresa Holleran was in her early thirties, she read the Pregnant Virgin: A Process of Psychological Transformation, and discovered the work of Jungian Analyst, Marion Woodman. Her dream world and creativity was profoundly enlivened with new images and inspirations. In her twenties she had been an activist in the Women’s…

Loneliness and Solitude: A Jungian View

“Loneliness does not come from having no people about one, but from being unable to communicate the things that seem important to oneself.” - C.G. Jung Loneliness can be described as “perceived social isolation, or the discrepancy between what you want from your social relationships and your perception of those…

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