Author Steve Buser joins the Depth Psychology Alliance

To say that Donald Trump has “stirred a lot of emotions” is perhaps an understatement, so it makes sense that many of us would welcome a better understanding of why that is the case.

The American Psychiatric Association declares that it’s unethical for a psychiatrist or psychologist to diagnose a public figure without evaluating them, so contributors to the new book, “A Clear and Present Danger: Narcissism in the Era of Donald Trump,” focus instead on narcissism itself and the underlying and unconscious factors at work in both individuals and the culture, notes Steve Buser, MD, who is a psychiatrist, co-founder of the Asheville Jung Center, and also the publisher of the new book from Chiron Publications which Buser co-edited with Leonard Cruz.

What is actually far more interesting—whether or not Donald Trump has narcissistic disorder—Buser asserts, is to look what is going on in the unconscious of our country today, which is exactly what the 18 psychiatrists, psychologists, and university professors who wrote articles for the book sought to do….

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Do Not Lose Heart (Free Chapter)

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The closing chapter of A Clear and Present Danger: Narcissism in the Era of Donald Trump is titled “Do Not Lose Heart, We Were Made for These Times” and is available for FREE.  Clarissa Pinkola Estés, author of Women Who Run With the Wolvesoffers an inspiring letter to all who might struggle to determine how they can actively engage in the world. This chapter is being provided FREE and you are encouraged to share the material provided you respect the guidelines stated at the end of the piece. You may embed the following link in your Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, LinkedIn, and other social media accounts or in an email and this will direct the visitor straight to the downloadable chapter.


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Here is a blessing that closes the chapter. 

“In that spirit, I hope you will write this on your wall: When a great ship is in harbor and moored, it is safe, there can be no doubt. But … that is not what great ships are built for.”

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James Hollis
Clarissa Pinkola Estés
Jean Shinoda Bolen
Susan Rowland
Tom Singer
Nancy Furlotti
Nathan Schwartz-Salant
Kathryn Madden
Thomas Patrick Lavin
Steven Buser
Robert Moore
Leonard Cruz
James Wyly
John McClain
Jacqueline West
Laurence de Rosen

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