Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Annual Fundraising Campaign

It’s that time of the year. As has become a tradition in these parts, I have chosen to celebrate Giving Tuesday by continuing my annual fundraising campaign.

I have been putting up daily posts on this blog for more than twelve years now. I trust that you consider that to be praiseworthy. Obviously, it takes time and work to do the job, and I could not have done it without the financial support of you, the readers.

So, allow me to thank you for your past and future generosity. It is much appreciated.

In principle, this blog attempts to keep you informed of the latest from the psycho world. It has tracked the influence of therapy culture, its effects on individuals and its political and social fallout. 

I have expanded the coverage to include questions involving political psychology, social psychology, organizational psychology and so on.

Precious few writers are doing this job, but surely it needs to be done. It is important that we recognize the way therapy has come to define our culture, direct our behavior and influence our thoughts.

If you believe that this blog merits some well-earned financial support, you can contribute by clicking on the orange Donate button, on the left side of this page. The folks at Paypal will help you to contribute as much as you would like. You can make a one time holiday contribution or a monthly contribution.

And, you can also contribute by doing your Christmas shopping at Amazon. If you enter the Amazon site by clicking the Amazon ad at the left of this page, a percentage of each purchase price will be credited to your humble blogger. Thus, you can support the blog-- at no extra cost.

If you do not wish to use Paypal, I gratefully accept checks or cash sent to my address:

            310 East 46th St. 24H

            New York, NY   10017

Since this is a week-long fundraising campaign, I will be repeating this post several other times throughout the week. Be prepared.

 Thank you in advance.

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