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Evan James Atwood is a 21 year old photographer. He took up an interest in photography, exploring self-portraiture thought a 365 project in 2012. This experience nurtured a passion for the visual arts and a fascination with expressing the darker range of human emotions. His work however often contains a strong element of hope. He depicts simple moments with a cinematic quality.

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During the decade when I treated patients in psychoanalysis, from 1994 to 2004, I sat behind the couch, notebook in hand, attempting to write down every word my patients and I said, the dialogue annotated with stage directions — coughs, tone changes and of course tears — and reports of my inner weather: fantasies, fatigue, confusion and, on occasion, a heart-pounding interpretation. These notes, taken at first for purposes of supervision and later as a way of imprinting the material in my mind, filled 47 spiral-bound books.

At the time, I was also, as I still am today, a fiction writer. The two pursuits felt like a happy marriage: My work as a therapist was enriched by the understanding I’d gained as a writer of how narratives unfold and how language congeals or reveals emotion; my work as a writer was enlarged by the appreciation I had as a therapist of the dimensions of the psyche and the paradoxes of human behavior.

Why, then, as a writer have I never used so much as a phrase from any of those thousands of notebook pages in any of the academic papers, essays, stories or novels I’ve published?

There is no doubt that it would have been professionally acceptable to do so. Case histories, beginning with Freud’s, have been central to the development of many schools of therapy, and clinicians have thoughtfully discussed ethical means for writing about patients, primarily by disguises of identifying information and requests for patient consent.

The answer is, at heart, personal, linked to what is for me a central analogy of the therapeutic encounter as a sacred space. No manual exists for fashioning sacred space, but for me, it requires abstinence: modest, unobtrusive dress; an office both timeless and gentle on the senses, free from clutter or a strong autobiographical stamp. Under these conditions, I could follow my patients into their inner worlds, through the stories they told, their transferences (the repetition with a therapist of thoughts and feelings experienced with the important adults of early childhood) and my countertransferences (the therapist’s response to the patient’s transference).

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Kwinskii’s bugeye: Black Magic

If you can believe it this bugeye has over 210,000 miles (and over 200,000 of them were on the stock engine). Subaru’s industrial strength build quality definitely shows on this car…

Interestingly, Kwinskii owns two modded Subarus, this black bugeye WRX being one of them, and another White STI (full-on track buildup with a bazillion point hand made rollcage (w/ gussets), ballistically wide volks, and even more Voltex goodies than the WRX – also pictured below – but it now looks like THIS)

After hitting the 210 mark, this bugeye was freshened up with EDM HID projector headlights, a fresh coat of black paint, ’04 rear to fit the Voltex carbon rear diffuser, an STI shortblock (stock engine *with mods* gave out at 207k), and the most noticeable upgrade – 18×10 Work Emotion’s.

This is an extreme wheel setup, and I’m usually not a fan of too crazy aggressive fitment (when the wheel starts to exceed the fender line), but wide looks right on this car because it’s a near-widebody WRX. While he calls it a mere “fender pull” it’s clear that some immense metalworking talent and bodywork went into building the fenders out an additional inch or so. Normally fender pulling makes me cringe because it’s (1) a permanent/irreversible mod to your chassis (2) often poorly done with a Chipotle™ Burrito-foil crumpled texture… sometimes even rusting – but Kwinskii did it right.

“The stock motor lasted until 207,000 miles. Then I just did a STI 2.5L with WRX heads and an FP green EWG and all the supporting mods. Drove it like that for about 4,000 miles and now I’m on to better things and right now I am in the middle of a motor build.”

Suspension / brakes
Tein Super Racings with custom spring rates
Tein dual EDFC
Tein front strut tower bar
GT Spec Subframe brace
GT spec H brace
GT spec truck cage
STI control arms
Cusco 22 mm front sway bar
Cusco 22mm rear sway bar
Kartboy front end links
Kartboy rear end links
STI front Brembos
DBA 4000 series rotors
(STI Rears are being put on right now with DBA rotors)

New paint job done at 210,000 miles
EDM headlights
JDM STI hood scoop
JDM STI front grill
JDM STI fog light covers
STI blinker covers
Brand new OEM bumper with shaved and new hole cut for front tow hook
Brand new OEM 04+ rear end with taillights
Front fenders rolled and pulled and the little body line is now gone
Rear fenders rolled and pulled
Voltex rear diffuser
Nukabe how hooks front and rear
Prodrive lip
(V2 STI lip on the way to make the front end be even with the rear)
Work XD-9 18X10 +18 (5×100 and only set in the country) with 265’s
Volk Black lug nuts

Motor / transmission. (I’m just listing everything that is going into the car right now or is on the car)
Brian Crower 2.7L (102 bore 8.2:1)
Brain crower 280 cams
Darton Sleeves
Commetic head gaskets
Cosworth High volume high-pressure oil pump
Cosworth main and rod bearings
Cosworth Valves 1mm over sized
Cosworth Valve springs and retailers
Cosworth timing belt guide
Cosworth 11mm head studs. The new stronger ones
JDM Spec C intake Manifold.
Rotated intake manifold
Custom intercooler piping
Wiggles clams
Tial GT35R .82 rotated
Tial 44mm wastegate
Tial Q blow off valve
APS fuel rails with custom lines
1150 or 1600cc injectors. I might also get a 42R and switch every now and then so I haven’t made up my mind on that yet.
Koyo radiator
Samco radiator hoses
APS short ram intake
APS exhaust
APS Exhaust manifold
APS 525 Silver front mount
Process West oil cooler (not that get of quality FYI)
Moroso oil pan
Aeromotive Fuel Pressure regulator
Prova water to air separator
Painted engine bay and wire tuck
STOCK Transmission still haha. (New one coming when this one goes. Either PPG or STI 6 speed)

I know there is a lot more that I am forgetting in the motor I just can’t remember right now.

Sparco Pro2000’s X2
Takata long harnesses X2
Cusco 7 point cage with 2 add on bars.
06 STI steering wheel
Beatrush bulkhead divider

  • Temperament:Feeling
  • Mood:Pisceans are vulnerable to both the exaggerated sense of joy and melancholy as a result of their porous absorption of the collective unconscious. The external moods, vibrations and whims of others is also absorbed by the Piscean; who may experience inorganic streams of emotions
  • Works From:Right brain
  • Compulsions:Maladaptive daydreamers. They are constantly romanticising about how things 'should be' or distorting their perception of reality to mould to their ideals
  • Signs of Distress:Teariness, catastrophized thinking, inability to distract or change thought patterns, flashbacks, hysteria, chest discomfort, digestive upset/nausea, irrationality, distressing inner monologue, substance use, increased need for assurance
  • Signs of Rage:Yelling in loud voices and using some hurtful verbal quips, tendency to escape from their own bodies, anxiety, irrationality, dramatization, self isolation, overwhelming uncomfortable emotions, crying, loss of emotional control
  • Signs of Nerves:Teariness, anxiety, isolation, when they feel sadness they tend to feel 'all at once', nerves, obsessive/ruminating thinking, remembering everything bad that ever happened to them, crying over insignificant events
  • Signs of Happiness:More stable sense of self, reduced anxiety and nerves, directing positive escapism (reading, meditation yoga), empathetic, tolerant, guilt free, creative, affectionate, positive imaginations, favorable inner monologue, not oversleeping
  • Fear:That people only pretend to like them. Most Pisces can't figure out why they have friends or why they are liked. They are constantly comparing themselves
  • Cherry.