Dr Freud's "Go to your Happy Place" Therapy 8-Ball  You can actually buy one...!!  http://www.mcphee.com/shop/products/Dr.-Freud%27s-Therapy-Ball.html

Freud's Therapy Ball: Similar to a Magical 8 Ball, but for psychology geeks such as myself.

Under the pseudonym Tom Seidmann-Freud—often shortened to just "Tom"—Sigmund Freud's eccentric niece Martha illustrated a series of children's books in the early twentieth century. She killed herself in 1930 (age 37 or 38), a year after her husband killed himself. This is an illustration from the whimsically apocalyptic "Buch Der Hasengeschichten". http://50watts.com/The-Rabbit-Dreams-of-Dr-Freud-s-Niece

Under the pseudonym Tom Seidmann-Freud—often shortened to just "Tom"—Sigmund Freud's eccentric niece Martha illustrated a series of wonderful children's books in the early twentieth century.

Illustration by Tom Seidmann-Freud (aka Sigmund Freud's niece, Martha), from The Book of Things (c. 1923?)

Illustration by Tom Seidmann-Freud (aka Sigmund Freud's niece, Martha), from The Book of Things (c.

Artist: Georg Baselitz    Venue: Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin    Exhibition Title: Dr Freud and Other Music    Date: October 13 – November 14, 200

Artist: Georg Baselitz Venue: Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin Exhibition Title: Dr Freud and Other Music Date: October 13 – November 200

so there's your psycho analysis Dr. Freud, now tell me are you in or are you out?...Call her.

so there's your psycho analysis Dr. Freud, now tell me are you in or are you out?my fave quote ever!

The Rabbit Dreams of Dr. Freud's Niece : Buch Der Hasengeschichten. by Tom Seidmann-Freud

Under the pseudonym Tom Seidmann-Freud—often shortened to just "Tom"—Sigmund Freud's eccentric niece Martha illustrated a series of wonderful children's books in the early twentieth century.

"Sweet Dreams, TN" by feralkind ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring Bella Freud, Dr. Martens and MSGM

"Sweet Dreams, TN" by feralkind ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring Bella Freud, Dr. Martens and MSGM

Buch Der Hasengeschichten  via the Braunschweig University Library | Under the pseudonym Tom Seidmann-Freud—often shortened to just "Tom"—Sigmund Freud's eccentric niece Martha illustrated a series of wonderful children's books in the early twentieth century. She killed herself in 1930 (age 37 or 38), a year after her husband killed himself.

Illustration for The Book of Rabbit Stories by Tom Seidmann-Freud, aka Sigmund Freud's neice Martha

The Rabbit Dreams of Dr. Freud's Niece - 50 Watts

Illustration for The Book of Rabbit Stories by Tom Seidmann-Freud, aka Sigmund Freud's niece Martha

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