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January 14, 1993 | DENNIS McLELLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Whenever you think of your father, do you feel sad or angry? Do you find it difficult to break away from your mother's influence to become your own person? Are you confused about your role as a man? Do you, as a woman, lack confidence in your femininity? Do you have difficulty making intimate relationships work for you? Do you feel that people you love will leave you? If so, you may be suffering from what Newport Beach psychologist Jane Myers Drew calls a "father-wound."
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January 14, 1993 | DENNIS McLELLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Whenever you think of your father, do you feel sad or angry? Do you find it difficult to break away from your mother's influence to become your own person? Are you confused about your role as a man? Do you, as a woman, lack confidence in your femininity? Do you have difficulty making intimate relationships work for you? Do you feel that people you love will leave you? If so, you may be suffering from what Newport Beach psychologist Jane Myers Drew calls a "father-wound."
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October 3, 1990 | SHERRY ANGEL
If your relationship with your father is distant and you yearn to be closer, stop dwelling on what could have been, advises Irvine psychologist Jane Myers Drew. To make peace in a troubled relationship and move on, she recommends: * Acknowledge the ways in which you feel you have been hurt or deprived. * Get past these negatives by expressing your feelings either indirectly or by talking or writing to your father if you feel ready to confront him. * Accept your father as he is.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 25, 1992 | Dana Parsons
We talked on the phone for about 45 minutes. The conversation was draining, not to mention depressing. "Well, I've given you enough stuff for about four columns," she said, speaking with as much false cheer as she could muster. Indeed she had and, to my surprise, she thought it'd be helpful to Someone Out There if I outlined her story. So here goes. She's a woman in her mid-40s who, for obvious privacy reasons, doesn't want to be identified.
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May 3, 1985 | DENNIS McLELLAN, Times Staff Writer
Click. The picture on the television screen shows a conservatively dressed woman sitting on a cranberry-colored sofa in a relaxed setting resembling a living room. "What," an off-screen interviewer asks her, "do you enjoy most about being a psychotherapist?" "I like helping people understand how they act and react," says Jane Myers Drew, a Mission Viejo licensed clinical social worker.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 1, 1997 | GENA PASILLAS
Rabbi Tovia Singer, director of Outreach Judaism, will lead a discussion as part of the "Missionaries and Cults" mini-course at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Temple Beth El of South Orange County. Outreach Judaism is a national organization dedicated to countering the efforts of Christian groups and cults who target Jews for conversion. The temple is at 27462 Terrace View Road, Aliso Viejo. (714) 362-3999. The Rev. Don F.
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October 3, 1990 | SHERRY ANGEL, Sherry Angel is a regular contributor to Orange County View. and
In a bitter confrontation, David Basner, a young advertising agency executive, tells his father, Max: "You ran around and had your fun and came here to eat and sleep like it was a boarding house. . . . Tomorrow I'm going to make a commercial about a family who cares for each other and loves each other. I'm faking it." Max, a cantankerous, lonely old man whose anger and inability to change have driven away his wife of 36 years as well as his only child, yells: "I did the best I could!"
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