Dr. Berman is a clinical assistant professor in psychiatry at NYU Medical Center and also in private practice in New York City. When she is not writing or treating patients, she paints in acrylics, oils or watercolors. She is working on her 4th non-fiction book about the “negative introject.”
Carol W. Berman
By Carol W. Berman
Is It Anti-Semitic For Non-Jews To Associate Jews With Money?
Jews and money, money and Jews. How long have we been associated with money? Probably as long as our history. Money has enabled us to survive, to run quickly when the anti-Semites attack and to maintain ourselves in the face of prejudice and ostracism. Yet the association of Jews with money has been a constant…
Who’s Afraid Of Evil Eyes?
Ever notice how many of us Jews are afraid to receive compliments or get too positive? When you want to jump for joy or celebrate some good news, do you find yourself reluctant or do you actually stop yourself? It may be the kine hara principle working on you. A kine hara is Yiddish for…
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