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Kuchuck, S. Pines, D. (2013). A Note from the Editors-in-Chief. Psychoanal. Perspect., 10(2):211-212.

(2013). Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 10(2):211-212

A Note from the Editors-in-Chief

Steven Kuchuck, LCSW and Deborah Pines, LCSW

We are always glad to hear from our readers and of course our contributors, and we begin this issue with a letter to the editors, followed by Noah S. Glassman's “Trying to ‘Think Straight’ About Openness in Adoption: One Gay Man's Response to the Discussants of the Adoption Roundtable,” a sensitive and moving reflection on the writer's experience as a member of the roundtable and as a father in a brave new world. “When Two Become Four: Patient, Analyst, Lover, Friend,” by Steven Kuchuck, also addresses issues of identity, sexual orientation, the intersection of private and public, personal and professional, as a patient's surprising revelation initiates a bumpy but ultimately meaningful journey for both participants. Kenneth Porter's “Can There Be a Spiritual Psychoanalysis?” with commentaries by Lisa M. Cataldo (“Can There Be a Psychoanalytic Spirituality? A Response to Kenneth Porter”) and Mark Epstein (“The Devil We Know”), as well as “Sympathy for the Devil: Response to Lisa M. Cataldo and Mark Epstein,” by Kenneth Porter, take up our resistances to understanding the meaning of spirituality, especially with regard to its historical and potential integration in psychoanalysis and psychotherapy.

Psychoanalysis and the 21st Century: A Critique and a Vision,” by Kenneth A. Frank, along with Karen E. Starr and Lewis Aron's “Deconstructing the Psychotherapy/Psychoanalysis Binary—The Case for Optimal Marginality: Commentary on Paper by Kenneth Frank,” “Psychoanalysis as the ‘Loyal Opposition’: Commentary on a Paper by Kenneth Frank,” by Jeremy D. Safran, and “Reply to the Discussants ‘From the Margins,’” by Kenneth A.

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