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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-04-02

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SUZANNE CHESSLER
Special to the Jewish News

I

f Martha Stewart sought
c ounseling from area psychol-
ogist Sonya Friedman, the
response would explore how
to bring something positive out of a
bad situation.
Although Friedman might feel that
Stewart's treatment was unfair in
light of more serious
.
charges facing other execu-
tives, the psychologist
would attempt to turn her
away from a path of feel-
ing victimized.
That's the general mes-
sage Friedman presents in
her latest book, Take It

eight years on CNN.
The psychologist, who earned
master and doctoral degrees from
Wayne State University, is schedul-
ing speaking engagements related to
her latest book, and the schedule
will be on her Web site,
www. sonyafriedman. corn.
She recently discussed some of
what she presents before audiences
with the Detroit Jewish News:

From Here: How to Get
From Where You Are to
Where You Want to Be
(Kensington; $22).
"If Martha Stewart goes
to jail, she can be helpful
to a lot of women there if
she chooses to be,"
Friedman says. "If she
keeps saying she has been
falsely accused, it's not
going to help her get
through this process in a
way that is cathartic for
her.
"Whether in jail or out,
she has an opportunity to
do a lot for other people
and take a look within
herself. We can all become Dr. Sonya Friedman: Change is choice.
better people if we look at
ourselves as others see us and then
ask if there is any truth to what they
see."
JN: What does your book cover as
Friedman, 67, in a private practice you ask people to think toward the
she's decided to cut back, has made
future?
more time for her family, which
SF: The book covers mistakes, par-
includes a retired husband, two chil-
ticularly the mistakes that become
dren and five grandchildren. A
life patterns — habits and behaviors,
member of Temple Israel, she also is
types of people chosen to be close
working with the Women's Survival
[to] or signature styles in addressing
people.
Center to develop parenting pro-
grams for never-married moms.
It suggests putting ego to the side
Friedman, former host of Sonya
and asking honest questions: "How
Live on CNN, shows a very straight-
am I doing?" "Am I the person I
forward view in her book, both
hoped to be?" "Am I proud of the
through recurring experiences in her
way I lived my life?"
practice and difficult hurdles in her
own life, such as being fired after
JN: Why did you decide to write

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