Posts by kristinmh

What to do with the garbage people?

In the past year and a half, since the whole Trump thing, #MeToo, and all the concomitant social upheavals that...

2017 In Review

Remember this meme that went around last December? Haven’t seen too many 2017 versions of this one. Perhaps in 2016...

Gender and Leadership: An Interview with Lubna Khalid

Hello there, continuing our conversations on shared leadership, I have a treat for you today – an interview with Lubna...

Gender and Leadership: Framing the problem(s)

Hello! Lately we’ve been discussing gender and leadership in the Community of Interest in Applied Psychoanalysis reading group and I...

“In your guts you know he’s nuts”: Trumping the Goldwater Rule

Writing about Trump is like trying to stay ahead of an avalanche. Something happens, and you try to respond to...

Collaboration and its discontents: Learning to share

Randall: Look, do you want to be leader of this gang? Strutter: No, we agreed: No leader! Randall: Right. So...

Adventures in Groups, Part 3: A roadmap to surviving and thriving in groups

Previously in Adventures in Groups, we explored how groups can make us act strangely and make choices we wouldn’t otherwise...

Adventures in Groups, Part 2: A grand unified theory of weird group behaviour

Hi! We are back with another Adventures in Groups post, starting a conversation about unconscious processes in group life. Last...

Adventures in Groups, part 1: A brief history of weird group behaviour

“We find that whole communities suddenly fix their minds upon one object, and go mad in its pursuit; that millions...

Check this out: The Psychoanalytic Activist’s First 100 Days series

Check this out: The Psychoanalytic Activist’s First 100 Days series

The Psychoanalytic Activist is doing a series on the psychoanalytic implications of Trump’s first 100 days in office. All of...