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Taming Your Inner Brat

by Judy Hopkins

Nothing surpasses the effectiveness of a metaphor for burning an image into the brain. An excellent way to appeal to a visual generation of self-help readers is to use the concept of an ?inner brat,? to describe the irrational force... Read More

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The Long Truce

by Judy Hopkins

“Everyone who receives the protection of society owes a return for the benefit,” wrote John Stuart Mill. At what price freedom? Theologian Conyers believes a free-thinking society pays by sacrificing its sacred life for social... Read More

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Women's Sexual Passages

by Judy Hopkins

The idea that a woman’s romantic feelings might be due more to “biological promptings” than to her swain’s sweet talk is just one of the many observations offered in a book that represents women’s sexuality as a masterful... Read More

Book Review

The Evil We Do

by Judy Hopkins

Freud’s vision of psychoanalysis as a means of transforming society has failed. Destructive behavior and evil still flourish a century after his theories first attempted to explain, and subsequently modify, neurotic and psychotic... Read More

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Ending Elder Abuse

by Judy Hopkins

Over a decade ago, ninety one-year-old Bessie Jarvis, all eighty-six pounds of her, was severely beaten by an aide in a California nursing home. Within six weeks, Jarvis was dead. This book is a result of one woman’s effort to ensure... Read More

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