Reflecting on years of experience as a psychotherapist, Jane Haynes draws on a wide range of sources from film and literature to reflect on mothers and mother-figures. She also gives voice to some of her own patients, offering unique glimpses of the psychological significance of mothers.
Jane Haynes is a psychotherapist based in London. Jane's book, ‘Who Is It That Can Tell Me Who I Am?’ (with an introduction by Hilary Mantel) is published by Constable (2007).
The Russian mentality – borne out of eternal struggle for survival – has become nationally addicted to the consoling idea of ‘a quick fix’. It seems that a new age occultism is fast becoming the religion for many Russian people.