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  • [Rerun]Was Tony Soprano a psychopath? Why did he have panic attacks? Are mobsters inherently sociopathic? How can we explain his behavior and attitudes? Dr. Kirk Honda and Humberto explore these questions and more.

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    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®

    Trigger Warning: This episode may include topics such as assault, trauma, and discrimination. If necessary, listeners are encouraged to refrain from listening and care for their safety and well-being.

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  • Dr Kirk and Humberto talk about various things.

    00:00 The rise & fall of Dan Price
    29:05 OPP
    32:39 Constance Wu & Twitter
    53:12 Gifts for Humberto
    58:39 Health anxiety
    1:08:28 Self ID frustration
    1:21:18 Jury selection and racial demographics

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    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®

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  • Dr Kirk answers patron emails.

    00:00 Attachment Theory Critiques and other Patron Questions
    00:03 Reacting to 'Has Attachment Theory Gone Too Far' on Refinery29
    38:29 Secure attachment
    42:21 PIS website redesign
    43:59 Diagnosing a community
    47:23 Children's mental health
    59:15 Dr. Kirk's approach to Attachment Theory
    1:06:21 Psychologists prescribing medications
    1:13:33 Feeling like a loser

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    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®

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  • Dr Kirk and Humberto review the Netflix documentary, I Just Killed My Dad.

    00:34 Anthony Templet
    02:42 Emotion myths & Amanda Knox
    09:20 Trauma responses
    12:27 Attachment
    22:00 Flat affect
    38:30 Police incompetence
    45:32 Child-parent violence
    49:14 A license to kill?
    1:02:33 Truancy
    1:09:20 Munchausen's
    1:17:17 System failure

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    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®

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  • [Rerun] Dr. Kirk Honda talks with Humberto about the psychology of Roseanne Barr.

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    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®

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  • [Rerun] What common mistakes do therapists make on the internet? Dr. Kirk Honda talks with ethics expert, Tiffany Chhuom, about bad ethics training and other all-too-common issues in our field.

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    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®

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  • Dr Kirk reacts to Andrew Tate being interviewed by Chian on Stand Out TV.

    00:13 Toxic masculinity
    10:40 Alpha males
    17:35 Biology & the inner Andrew Tate
    26:48 Andrew Tate's social world
    36:22 Indoctrination
    41:59 Inferiority & gender socialization
    50:39 Cheating hypocrisy

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    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®

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  • Dr Kirk reacts to Andrew Tate being interviewed by Chian on Stand Out TV.

    00:23 Self-confidence
    04:50 Conservative traditionalism, male privilege, and sexism
    09:02 Insecurity & Narcissism
    19:28 Accusations & Lying
    27:45 Male hierarchy, insecurity, & high-value men
    35:13 Manosphere echo chamber
    38:08 Pretty privilege
    43:55 Resentment towards women
    49:05 High-status male

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    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®

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  • Dr Kirk and Bob answer random questions from the listeners.

    00:43 Psychotic partner
    07:00 No romantic desire
    13:52 Family therapy screening
    16:27 Dating an avoidant
    24:33 Finding a new therapist
    28:42 Icky provider
    29:47 Starting a private practice
    42:40 PIS Live Event
    47:52 Self-soothing
    52:08 Insomnia
    59:08 DBT
    59:45 Pinpointing your attachment style
    1:01:19 Favorite artists
    1:04:51 Theory pathologizes us all
    1:05:49 Connecting with yourself
    1:08:04 Have you ever wanted to leave psychology?

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    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®

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  • [Rerun] This is the first deep dive in the Loneliness Deep Dive Series. (Intro)
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    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®

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  • Dr Kirk and Bob answer random questions from the listeners.

    00:00 - Random Internet Questions
    3:05 Parenting disabled children
    5:14 Decompressing after work
    8:20 Irreverence therapy
    16:59 OPP
    18:38 Handling failures
    36:55 Abuse in therapy
    45:44 Bob's practice
    50:01 Tips on starting out in mental health
    53:23 Personality disorders and mental illness

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    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®

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  • Dr Kirk and Humberto analyze the family system of The Beatles.

    00:00 The Beatles Family System
    00:20 Beatles Family System Analysis
    17:58 Beatles success and hubris
    27:33 Beatles archetypes
    29:05 OPP
    30:00 Humberto guesses celebrity's favorite Paul McCartney songs
    39:52 Top 10 McCartney songs
    46:08 Anonymous patron's list of sad songs
    48:15 Dr. Kirk's Talking Heads concert film experience
    54:54 Top Gun review
    59:48 JJ Abrams is a hack
    1:04:30 Do You Love Me by Nick Cave - Review
    1:06:14 L'Enfer by Stromae - Review

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    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®

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  • Dr Kirk Honda answers patron emails.

    00:12 - Regression
    04:15 - Academic anxiety
    10:50 - Codependency with narcissists
    14:30 - Post-coital dysmorphia
    20:30 - TEAM-CBT
    21:37 - Can I bond with my dad?
    25:34 - Narcissistic mom sexually objectified me
    27:22 - Is it okay that I don't love my parents?
    31:19 - How to deal with online harassment
    33:20 - Dr Kirk's and online harassment (and the cancellation of Lindsey Ellis)
    1:01:08 - Kirk's OCPD
    1:18:23 - Can you have low self-esteem with secure attachments?

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    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®

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  • [Rerun] Is the enneagram personality test valid? Why is it so popular? Can it be used to help people improve their lives or is it just pseudoscience? Dr. Kirk Honda and Humberto explore these questions and more in the mini deep dive into enneagram. (Intro)

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    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®

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  • [Rerun] What’s the difference between psychopathy and sociopathy?

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  • Dr Kirk Honda interviews “Jay” regarding the movement to recognize that not all pedophiles abuse children, AKA Non-Offending Minor Attracted Person (NOMAP).

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  • Dr Kirk Honda mourns the tragic death of his mentor, Phil Cushman.

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  • Dr Kirk Honda and Bob answer patron emails and get into some personal stuff. (Intro)

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  • Dr. Kirk Honda talks about psychodynamic theory. (Intro)

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  • [Rerun] Dr. Kirk Honda and Humberto critique Landmark Forum.

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