The Arkham Sessions: The Psychology Of ‘fear Of Victory’

Batman! In this episode ofThe Arkham Sessions, we discuss the episode Fear of Victory from Batman: The Animated Series . In this classic episode, the menacing, sadistic villain Scarecrow escapes from Arkham Asylum and targets all of Gotham Citys star athletes. But Scarecrows fear-inducing crimes are actually not the highlight of this episode. Rather, its the sudden onset of Robins panic attacks, his struggle to overcome his fears, and Batmans surprising expertise in anxiety treatment that take center ring in this satisfying episode. Dr. Andrea Letamendi tries not to swoon over Batmans psychological insight as she explains the physiology of panic attacks and the best way to treat debilitating anxiety.
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Day two?: Panic grips Karachi after firing dubbed an ‘attack’ – The Express Tribune

However, the paramilitary and security forces returned without arresting any of the culprits after two hours. It was not an attack, ASF spokesperson clarified. The firing incident occurred a distance away from the ASF camp. I think, they (militants) wont have the courage now to attack again as we have already been given them a good example of our strength by killing their all men [on Monday]. However, the electronic media termed it another attack in the airport premises, claiming that there had been a breach. It was blamed for creating most of the panic. The media should avoid using the word attack, said ASF DG Azam Tiwana in a joint briefing with Karachi police chief Ghulam Qadir Thebo and Rangers sector commander Colonel Javed.
Source: Day two?: Panic grips Karachi after firing dubbed an ‘attack’ – The Express Tribune

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