Monthly Archives: June 2012

Relationships: Contemplating them

The following is an excerpt from the book Schopenauer’s Porcupines by gifted writer, Deborah Anna Luepnitz, PhD. She writes about relationships in an accessible way and captures nuances like few others. I encourage you to consider purchasing the whole book. She also wrote The Family Interpreted. [The porcupine was a gift to Freud from psychologist […]

Radical: Thinking & Talking

I invite you to read the article, Freud’s Radical Talking, as written by Benjamin Y. Fong in the Opinionator Blog of The New York Times. Read. Pause. Reflect. Allow yourself and your mind to sift through the words, get tripped up, and read again. It’s a beautiful article. I’m not sure of the artist for […]