Transactional Analysis for Tots

First published in 1973, this book by Dr. Alvyn M. Freed Ph.D. was groundbreaking in that it taught kids that pedophilia was O.K.

I won't tell if you don't.

Small animals love Dr. Freed and so should you. I, however, have learned not to trust anyone from the 70s who doesn’t have patches on his elbows.

Following Dr. Freed’s example and carelessly glossing over the awkward sexual connotations that the word “stroke” immediately brings to mind, I find it somehow even more unsettling that the sentence ends abruptly after “feel”. I picture a maniac with a knife escalating his brutal killing spree just to feel something. ANYTHING.

This finally explains Freddie Prinze Jr.

Continuing its message of horrific violence and brutal misogynistic sexual abuse, this passage gives us perhaps our most revealing look into the disturbed mind of this “Dr. Freed”.  This is the book that Mrs. Voorhees read to young Jason the night before he drowned.

And there you have it. ColuMn’s in-depth look at the handbook for 21st Century parenting.  Who says Transactional Analysis is only for kids?

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13 thoughts on “Transactional Analysis for Tots

  1. I had this book as a kid. That thing’s messed up. This is the first time I’ve seen it in 20 years. It is exactly as creepy as I remember. Thank you.

  2. It’s real. Look it up on Amazon. There are new editions published. Hippies who want to destroy their children’s mental health are stocking up as we speak.

  3. What the heck? Is this a real book? Did we have this on our shelves as kids along with “Growing Up and Liking It?” (It never did clearly define what “It” was.)

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