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Ellyn Kaschak

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Happy New Year

Or is it? I am writing these words on the first day of a new year, indeed a new decade well into the 21st century CE in the West. I struggle to deliver the hopeful and optimistic message that is expected…
Ellyn Kaschak
January 10, 2021
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Understanding Gender or Sex Transitioning

In this article, I try to disentangle the complex perspectives on transitioning Psychological issues, just as do paintings, look very different in different frames. Therapists, in fact, do consider reframing to be a basic cognitive tool. It is another way…
Ellyn Kaschak
December 24, 2020
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The American presidential election

The next wave of problems This past November, millions of Americans heaved a collective sigh of relief. They were joined by many, many citizens and governments of other countries, who depend on an alliance with or support from the United…
Ellyn Kaschak
December 10, 2020
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Who lives and who dies?

Who tells the truth and who lies? I am writing this article a few days prior to the American presidential election. By the time you read these words, that very same election will one way or the other be history.…
Ellyn Kaschak
November 10, 2020
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The Fragility of Mask-u-linity

How Attribution Works In the late 19th century and the early part of the 20th century, pink was promoted and advertised as strong and masculine color. The use of typewriters in the office of the same era was considered to…
Ellyn Kaschak
October 18, 2020
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The coup is being televised

Tune in for further instructions We are watching now what may very well be the last American election. Before 2016, such words would have been unthinkable and unspeakable. The rapidity with which they have become not only possible, but actual,…
Ellyn Kaschak
October 10, 2020