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JHP - Envy cover
Dear friends of The Journal of Humanistic Psychiatry,

I hope you enjoy our Spring 2018 issue which has Envy, a universal emotion, as major theme. Our front cover in this number is a painting by Vicenzo Camuccini from the National Gallery of Rome depicting the assassination of Julius Caesar. In our Icons of Psychiatry section, Carlos discusses the raise and fall of the Roman hero. Sanya writes an article about envy leading to demise and the Greek God Phthonos. Simon discusses envy from a biopsychosocial and religious viewpoints. The article titles Hispanophobia discusses the inaccurate black legend about the history of the Spanish Empire. Our selected movie for his issue is Amadeus by Milos Forman. Finally in our free text section, Nathan explains his experience as a medical student doing an elective in Horror Movie Psychiatry and finally, honoring Don Quixote, we introduce a new interesting character named "Cornman, The Superhero of the Midwest".

Now we are collecting for our upcoming issues which thees will be The Body for the Summer Issue and Addiction for the Fall Issue. Thanks to the efforts of the members of this journal and the encouragement of our readers this journal will continue to be free online and available to all readers and users without advertisements or commercials.

We are keeping the journal free and available online. We won't include any ads so that we can be totally independent. I want to thank our readers and contributors for keeping our eccentric journal going. We will rely on you for spreading our mission.


Fernando Espi Forcen