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A POLE DANCE CONTEST IS HAPPENING IN RIO! by Art Smukler, author & psychiatrist

Like pole dancing? Now there’s a world contest for, hold on to your wallets, both women and men. Over 130 dancers from 36 countries are competing in a 3 day contest where judges evaluate the artistic ability and difficult moves … Continue reading

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ALL MYSTERIES START SOMEWHERE; THIS ONE STARTED IN A STRIP CLUB, by Art Smukler, author & psychiatrist

Some years ago, a friend had a bachelor party and invited a dozen friends out to dinner. After dinner, someone said, “Hey, let’s go to a strip bar”. An hour later, we were seated next to an s-shaped stage, as … Continue reading

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WHY DO MEN REALLY GO TO STRIP BARS? by Art Smukler, author & psychiatrist

I’m talking about the regulars, the guys who get hooked and blow hundreds and hundreds and maybe thousands of dollars. It might start off innocently enough. A group of guys go out for a night of bonding and laughs and … Continue reading

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BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDERS — AN APOLOGY, by Art Smukler, author & psychiatrist

My last post on Borderline Personality Disorders provoked a great number of both positive and negative responses. I chose to not publish the negative responses for a number of reasons. One reason was that many of them were downright abusive, … Continue reading

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THE MIND AS AN INSTRUMENT, by Art Smukler, author & psychiatrist

The mind can be played with the subtly and grace of a Stradivarius violin or as bullishly and aggressively as a bass drum. Listening to the voices from our unconscious is not an easy task. It means taking time to … Continue reading

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A STRIP BAR, A PSYCHIATRIST & PSYCHOSIS — HOW CAN YOU RESIST? by Art Smukler, author & psychiatrist

In SKIN DANCE, a mystery, Art Smukler takes you inside the mind of Jake Robb, a forty-one year old Los Angeles psychiatrist, whose personal life is disintegrating as he struggles to accept the fact that his marriage is over. After … Continue reading

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