Review of ‘Not My Mother’ by Thomas Ogden

Written on:July 15, 2018
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Click Here to Read:  Review  of ‘Not My Mother’ (Titled in English: ‘The Hands of Gravity and Chance’) ‘Not My Mother’ – A Novel by Thomas Ogden, Written by an Experienced Hand, Filled with Compassion and Love reviewed by Tslil Abraham in Ha’aretz on June 28. 2018.

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Treating Gender Non-conforming Children and Their Parents with Kim Kleinman at MITPP

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Treating Gender Non-conforming Children and Their Parents  with Kim Kleinman at MITPP

2018 SUMMER INSTITUTE MINI-COURSE LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE TREATING GENDER NON-CONFORMING CHILDREN AND THEIR PARENTS Instructor: Kim S. Kleinman, LCSW, MS The knowledge base concerning the development of gender non-conforming people has expanded exponentially in the last ten years. This course will survey the history of treating gender variant children and help to identify what type […]

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How Israel Became a Television Powerhouse

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How Israel Became a Television Powerhouse

Click Here to Read: How Israel Became a Television Powerhouse: The unlikely rise of a pop-culture leader by Hannah Brown on the Commentary Magazien website on June 18, 2018.

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The Ministry of Truth for the 21st Century

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The Ministry of Truth for the 21st Century

Click Here to Read:  The Ministry of Truth for the 21st Century by Arch Puddington on the Jewish Policy Center website in Summer 2018.
Photo: Piotr Drabik from Poland.  Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons

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Do dogs really, truly understand what we tell them?

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Do dogs really, truly understand what we tell them?

Click Here to Read:  Do dogs really, truly understand what we tell them? Scientists trained some pups to endure MRIs to help find out by Lauren Mackenzie Reynolds on the Massive website on July 2, 2018.
Photo: Rennett Stowe from USA. Public Domain via…

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Off the Rails in Birobidzhan

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Off the Rails in Birobidzhan

Click Here to Read: Off the Rails in Birobidzhan: Anything for a vegetable in the Jewish Autonomous Oblast, Siberia
By Jonathan Arlan on the Tablet website on July 10, 2018.
Kuznetsk Alatau. Photo: Dmitry A. Mottl (photographer) & User:Tom_dl

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Off the Rails in Birobidzhan

Dropped on:July 13, 2018
Off the Rails in Birobidzhan

Click Here to Read: Off the Rails in Birobidzhan: Anything for a vegetable in the Jewish Autonomous Oblast, Siberia
By Jonathan Arlan on the Tablet website on July 10, 2018.
Kuznetsk Alatau. Photo: Dmitry A. Mottl (photographer) & User:Tom_dl

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The Reason These Triplets Were Separated at Birth Is Beyond Messed Up

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The Reason These Triplets Were Separated at Birth Is Beyond Messed Up

Click Here to Read: The Reason These Triplets Were Separated at Birth Is Beyond Messed Up The triplets from ‘Three Identical Strangers’ spoke with VICE about the shadowy reason they were split up by Kara Weisenstein on the Vice website on …

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The Reason These Triplets Were Separated at Birth Is Beyond Messed Up

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The Reason These Triplets Were Separated at Birth Is Beyond Messed Up

Click Here to Read: The Reason These Triplets Were Separated at Birth Is Beyond Messed Up The triplets from ‘Three Identical Strangers’ spoke with VICE about the shadowy reason they were split up by Kara Weisenstein on the Vice website on …

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Review of Reminiscences of a Viennese Psychoanalyst By Richard F. Sterba, Reviewed by Nathan Szajnberg

Dropped on:July 9, 2018
Review of Reminiscences of a Viennese Psychoanalyst By Richard F. Sterba, Reviewed by Nathan Szajnberg

Click Here to Read: Lives Felt—Or Not: Review of Reminiscences of a Viennese Psychoanalyst. By Richard F. Sterba, Reviewed by Nathan Szajnberg in the Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association Vol 66, Issue 3, 2018.

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