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The term ‘Catch 22’ was immortalised in a book of the same title by Joseph Heller. It arose out of the experiences of an American bomber pilot during the Second World War (1939-45), but it is equally applicable to the … Continue reading

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Being ‘in denial’ is a concept I first encountered in regard to a friends developing alcoholism. In that particular form it refers to a persons denial of their excessive and out of control drinking. They deny what is obvious to … Continue reading

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