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About Our Guest Barbara Jaffe, Ed.D.

Barbara Jaffe, Ed.D, is an award-winning English professor at El Camino College in California, and is a Fellow in UCLA’s Department of Education.  She helps students find their own unique writers’ voices, and also helps other instructors in their teaching of writing through her national workshops.  Besides writing, her passion is teaching about the Holocaust.  Barbara received a scholarship to the Center of Advanced Holocaust Studies to study at Washington, D.C.’s Holocaust Museum.

Millions of children and adults around the world have asked themselves this terrifying question at some point in their life, When will I be good enough?

To some the answer is simple, quick, and empowering, I am! However, others struggled with the answer because it is a little bit more complex and complicated.  Especially if you are a Replacement Child.  Your existence came about to fill the vacancy of a lost sibling.

Dr. Barbara Jaffe’s memoir, When will I be good enough?  A Replacement Child’s Journey to Healing, chronicles her personal experience; born to fill the vacancy left by her little brother, who died at the age of two.

I invite you to listen to my interview with Dr. Barbara Jaffe. Our conversation will be about the Replacement Child Syndrome, and her life’s journey that addresses self-esteem, self-confidence, self worth, and identity issues.

Get in touch with Barbara Jaffe by completing the form.

Listen To The Show (Tuesday October 31 at 10 AM CT) 

Have you ever wondered, “When will I be good enough?” Like millions of other women, educator/author Barbara Jaffe was faced with that question, but for her, as a “replacement child,” the barriers to acceptability were higher than for most of us.  Barbara, like many others, was born to fill the vacancy left by her little brother, who died at the age of two.

This book tells the multitude of readers who have been “replacement children” for many reasons, that they, too, can find hope and healing, as did Barbara.
You can purchase Barbara's book here.


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