Kimberly S. Kleinman, LCSW
Understanding how our minds work develops
confidence, flexibility and strength.
What I want now to stress is the fact that human nature is essentially the capacity to think and feel about the reality of the world outside…. We can sum it up by saying that to be ourselves is to live in communion with what is not ourselves. But this communion with a reality which is not ourselves is only possible through other people. John Macmurray (1992) Freedom in the Modern World. New Jersey and London: Humanities Press.

Links I like

  1. Listen to Winnicott. Donald Woods Winnicott (7 April 1896 – 28 January 1971) was an English pediatrician and psychoanalyst who was especially influential in the field of object relations theory. He is best known for his ideas on the true self and false self, and the transitional object.
  2. Discover Magazine Discusses the continuing relevance of Sigmund Freud
  3. Preparing Children in Blended Families for a new sibling
  4. Andrew Solomon gives a "Ted Talk" about depression that is moving and informative.
  5. Brene Brown on the Power of Vulnerability. A Ted Talk.