Hillary Clinton’s Arf-Arf Analyzed

Dr. Deborah C Tyler, PHD,MA, is a Clinical Psychologist Specialist in Little River, South Carolina. She attended and graduated with honors from Case Western Reserve University School Of Medicine in 1977, having over 39 years of diverse experiences. In this article the Doctor is in and analyzes what she sees as the root causes of the Clinton family behavior. A fascinating read.

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As Written By Deborah C. Tyler, American Thinker:

The psychodynamics of Hillary’s arf-arf:

Time and again, Hillary Clinton says and does things that indicate she is out of touch with her environment and the people around her.  In a recent demonstration of insensitivity, she loudly yapped like a dog at a campaign rally.  Why is she impervious to the offensiveness of her words and destructiveness of her actions?  The answer lies in adult developmental psychology.

Hillary Clinton lived her life in a manner that did not require her to mature psychologically, morally, intellectually, or functionally.  Psychology explains that neither a nation nor an individual advances during a crisis.  A nation at war does not call for a constitutional convention.  An embattled individual in crisis learns only the skills relevant to overcoming the enemy and surviving the crisis.

Hillary Clinton has spent her adult life at war, rumbling over political terrain in a heavily armed battle tank, seeing life through the periscope.  People don’t mature from their successes; they learn from being honest with themselves about their failures and correcting the errors which caused the mistakes to happen.  This is why Hillary has learned so little from life.  The Clintons protect themselves, trust no one, always persevere, and prevail over enemies.  There have been many political war machines, but the greatest of these is the Clintons.  The Clintons never fail.


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