What will happen when human gets crazy
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Why? Why could fantasizing about a positive end take a turn for the worse? Jeremy Dean, a psychological researcher at UCL London and the owner of PsyBlog had this to say about the researcher's conclusions: The problem with positive fantasies is that they allow us to anticipate success in the here and now.
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But when her father, a religious conservative, saw electric prod marks on her body, they revived memories of his own detention and torture under President ’s government. “History is repeating itself,” he told her, and together they vowed to file a court case against the military rulers, to claim “my rights,” as Ms. Ibrahim later recalled. That case has proved successful so far.