About Dr. Ed Reitman
E. Edward Reitman, or “Dr. Ed”, as he is affectionately referred to by many of his patients, has been a practicing clinical psychologist for over 40 years. He has not only maintained a large, successful private practice, but is well known in Houston, Texas (the fourth largest city in the U.S.) As a media personality, he is frequently asked by the major network television stations to comment on the psychological implications and effects of current news events, both on the community and on individuals alike. Click here to read more...


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Recent article from 10/9/2014
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Several weeks ago, I wrote an article titled “Do Women Get Meaner As They Grow Older?” Essentially, it was my contention that they do. That, in effect, many women have lived their lives subjugated by men: physically, as has been brought to our attention in so many recent articles regarding domestic abuse; emotionally, by the tirades and anger displayed by men toward women throughout the ages; and financially, by keeping them ignorant of family income, expenses and savings. I further suggested that, later in life, men often lose their sense of confidence and importance because they no longer have their careers or jobs to bolster their self-image. As a result, they tend to mellow, and women take that opportunity to step up and express hidden anger and unconscious resentment toward men that they’ve harbored for numerous years. No other article I have written in recent years has elicited so many responses! For the most part, men totally agreed. I received numerous emails stating such things as, “I resemble that”, “You took a page out of my own life”, “Don’t know about other women, but my spouse did.” Usually, their responses were brief and to the point. Click here to read the rest of the article
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