Judith Harte,Ph.D. commented on Marty Carlson's blog post Day in the Life of an Undead Puer
"It seems we're still followin' him....and perhaps in one way or another, always will..."
May 13, 2012
Bonnie Bright commented on Marty Carlson's blog post Day in the Life of an Undead Puer
"Beautifully said, Marty. You do have a gift as a writer and way of conveying things poetically. Thanks for the light you bring here."
May 10, 2012
Marty Carlson commented on Marty Carlson's blog post Day in the Life of an Undead Puer
"Thank you Robert for your comments.  Thank you also Bonnie for your input.  I don’t often find myself in the mood for writing.  Less, in the mood for sympathy.  I simply put in some earplugs, get on the train to work, and meditate.  And sometimes…"
May 9, 2012
Bonnie Bright commented on Marty Carlson's blog post Day in the Life of an Undead Puer
"Hi Marty. I want to say that I am grateful for your blog post and deeply appreciate the authenticity and emotion it carries. I'd like to believe that many who have read it very likely have responded the same way, whether they have taken the time to…"
May 9, 2012
Robert Quinn commented on Marty Carlson's blog post Day in the Life of an Undead Puer
"Memo to the "depth psychology community" following this: If I've read this entry correctly, it appears as if there's been a loss in Marty's life. I've sent my condolences to him via this website as I'm sure you all can see. Everybody else, however,…"
May 8, 2012
Robert Quinn commented on Marty Carlson's blog post Day in the Life of an Undead Puer
"My sympathies to all involved. I have known several people like him in the course of my life."
Apr 29, 2012
Marty Carlson replied to Kenneth Kimmel's discussion 4-APRIL: Ken Kimmel—Eros and the Shattering Gaze: Transcending Narcissism in ARCHIVED-Book Club 2012-2013
"[little off subject] Hi! I got my book today. I was a bit disappointed in my cover. It says "JavaFX 2.0." :/ The text looks fine though. fyi M"
Apr 10, 2012

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