Personal Injury Attorneys and Lawyers Unfold Their Unconscious

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Recently launched website Personal Injury Attorney Psychoanalysis struggles to explore the most hidden parts of consciousness of lawyers and attorneys.

The primal focus of the newly launched Personal Injury Attorney Psychoanalysis site is the creation of the solid online archive made from psychoanalysis sessions. The sessions were held exclusively with personal injury attorneys and lawyers. Due to this the sessions are often called self lawsuits or self litigations.

The used method is called free associations technique. It was created by Josef Breuer and extensively used by Sigmund Freud and other psychoanalysts. The core of the method is to engage patients to write or talk everything they think or feel.

Each session's webpage presents a text written down by a selected personal injury attorney. Attorneys were asked to write everything what comes into their mind first.

The motivation behind the archive is to explore dynamics, streamlines and similarities in the unconscious of a given law career specialty. The text is unedited and interpretations are not given. Due to anonymity demand names and places are changed.

"We are very excited to bring these raw words, sentences and very chaotic thoughts from the deepest corners of the brightest people," says one of the founders of the site.

Every text has a number and a title. They are sorted chronologically. Titles were selected that best represent the session. For example you can explore the inner dialogue of New York personal injury attorney or Florida personal injury attorney case.

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