Janina Scarlet, a Game of Thrones geek and psychologist, has thoughts on why the Breaker of Chains’ deed has some fans feeling so bummed.
— Read on www.cnet.com/google-amp/news/game-of-thrones-episode-5-daenerys-fan-fury-explained-by-psychologist-janina-scarlet/
In season 8, episode 4 of “Game of Thrones,” Sansa Stark seems to thank her abusers for making her into a strong person. Here’s why that’s an issue.
— Read on www.wellandgood.com/good-advice/game-of-thrones-sexual-assault/
Arya Stark’s darkness is not minimized or sugarcoated.
— Read on www.bitchmedia.org/article/arya-stark-lessons-about-trauma
Fandom’s consulting psychologist looks at what drives the actions of Arya Stark, who honed herself into one of Westeros’ most dangerous fighters.
— Read on www.fandom.com/articles/game-of-thrones-psychology-arya-stark
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Daredevil Psychology: The Devil You Know
Supernatural Psychology: Roads Less Traveled
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Star Trek Psychology: The Mental Frontier
Wonder Woman Psychology: Lassoing The Truth
Captain America VS Iron Man: Freedom, Security, and Psychology
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