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Psyche and Soul in AmericaThe Spiritual Odyssey of Rollo May$
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Robert H. Abzug

Print publication date: 2021

Print ISBN-13: 9780199754373

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: December 2020

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780199754373.001.0001

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“I Don’t Have Time to Die”

“I Don’t Have Time to Die”

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25 “I Don’t Have Time to Die”
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Psyche and Soul in America
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Robert H. Abzug

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780199754373.003.0025

In moving to California, May became a major force in the ongoing establishment of training programs and other aspects of humanistic psychology. He mentored a number of students who came to have important careers and developed an important friendship with Irvin Yalom. Within AHP, he engaged in a battle with advocates of “transpersonal psychology” because he thought they confused religion with psychology. He published two more major books, Freedom and Destiny and The Cry for Myth. And, after a problematic period in the wake of his divorce from Ingrid, he met and married Georgia Johnson, now Georgia Lee May. After two strokes, he begins to fail and, in 1994, dies a peaceful death in the company of his wife and Irvin Yalom.

Keywords:   Clement Reeves, Irvin Yalom, Freedom and Destiny, The Cry for Myth, Saybrook Institute, transpersonal psychology, Jacqueline Doyle, Stanley Krippner, Kenneth Wilber, Kirk Schneider, Stephen Diamond, Ed Mendelowitz, Georgia Lee May, Irvin Yalom, Jan Troell, Sangolandet

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