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Published on Apr 7, 2010
Dr. Jane Goldberg starts with a heartfelt account of her own mother who cured herself of cancer (a gutsy statement but a statement that Jane stands behind) yet who died within a year after her husband, Jane's father, died. 5:20 Paul expressions his appreciation for what Jane shared and Barbara cries but Paul asks Dee to step forward more. 7:52 Dee acknowledges Paul's past inquiries about his unsuccessful 7 year relationship at 10:00 Dee is very open to Kay's stance on faith and Jane reminds the group about the first line of the Old Testament "In the Beginning Was the Word". Walter says he needs hugs 11:00 which is why he liked the human potential movement. Jane asks Carol about her hugging situation, Carol cries and the group interacts over it. 17:30 Jane says that to think you are too fat is ridiculous 19:30 Molly tells her story of the men she would draw into her life 22:00 Jane talks about her analyst's response to Jane saying that she was too old be be attracted to a man and what eventually happened and discusses the aspect of her relationship to her analyst so that she would believe what her analyst told her. Jane ends with "Twittering can not last and twittering can last." and that Barbara was brilliant in telling Carol to "Just get angry!"