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Old 20-04-2012, 11:38 AM   #1
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According to one reviewer, Moe Howard had the world’s lowest threshold for irritability.

I’ve heard several commentaries about this new movie and, not surprisingly, they’ve made me think about how therapy might be connected to it. One in particular spoke of how we now live in an age where we’re used to seeing reality shows that depict actual harm and many find them entertaining. I’ll let the readers make up a list.

But maybe as a culture we’re past the ability to blithely believe that the violence depicted only results in fake depictions of hurt and not actual injury. I discussed this with a patient who proclaimed she didn’t want to see any more of that. Then I told her that there’s a scene showing Moe putting the cutting edge of a chain saw on Curly’s head.

She smiled.

What do you suppose is going on there?
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