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Causes: Alliances & Advocacy, Arts & Culture, Crime & Law, Inmate Support, Prison Alternatives, Rehabilitation Services for Offenders

Mission: Assists prison inmates in coping with incarceration and preparing for release.

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Debra M.1

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. Prison struggles
Emotional actions recognize social experiences
Debra Moore easywayinmateconnect@gmail.com
The Freudian concept considered religious needs as an expression of neurotic development and made an integration of religious/spiritual and psychotherapeutic viewpoints very difficult. In Obsessive Actions and Religious Practices (1907), his earliest writing about religion, Freud suggests that religion and neurosis are similar products of the human mind: neurosis, with its compulsive behavior, is "an individual religiosity", and religion, with its repetitive rituals, is a "universal obsessional neurosis.
There are NO emotions unable to understand emotions. Furthermore, religious attitudes are inevitably linked with dependence and guilt, because all religion is founded on the idea of sin and the associated guilt and dependence (Jones, 1948). Treatment is Spirituality not religion.
Signs and symptom NO EMOTIONAL REACTION most likely the person have never had the social experience. Frequent lying, charisma, charming, impulsive, lack of responsibility, refer to do fun thing than be responsible, promises change, bring flowers, abuse drugs, multiple sex partners, no loyalty, blames you for down falls, breaks law in extremes, stilling your money. Freud then examines the issue of whether, without religion, people will feel "exempt from all obligation to obey the precepts of civilization". "A religion, even if it calls itself a religion of love, must be hard and unloving to those who do not belong to it."
He notes that "civilization has little to fear from educated people and brain-workers" in whom secular motives for morality replace religious ones; but he acknowledges the existence of "the great mass of the uneducated and oppressed" who may commit murder if not told that God forbids it, and who must be "held down most severely" unless "the relationship between Religion is comparable to a civilization and religion “undergoes” a fundamental revision” childhood neurosis. Anti - social personalities according to Freud have entered, The Future of an illusion but there is healing. http://ahandthroughthedoo.wixsite.com/easywayinmateconnect