Diane Benscoter

Shoes of a Servant. My Unconditional Devotion to a Lie Diane Benscoter grew up in the heartland of America in a small Nebraska town with a loving family. At 17, motivated by her idealism and inspired by the lyrics of her favorite songs, she left home in search of a way to end war. She found easy answers to...

Do You Have the Right to Tell Your Story?

It seems so simple: Something interesting and noteworthy happens to you, you have gained wisdom and insights from it, and you decide to tell your story to the world. It’s your story, right? You’re allowed. Well…sort of. We all know that memoir can be sticky, with releases and the need to...

David Antonuccio, PhD

David O. Antonuccio received his B.A. (1975) in psychology (honors) and economics from Stanford University. He received his M.A. (1979) and Ph.D. (1980) in Clinical Psychology from the University of Oregon. He is a Professor Emeritus in the Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of...

Janis Ian

Society’s Child—The autobiography behind Janis Ian’s 2013 Grammy for Best Spoken Word. Janis Ian began her career as a singer-songwriter in the 1960s with “Society’s Child.” In 1975, she won her first Grammy Award for the self-penned song, “At Seventeen”. She won...

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