Hillary Clinton is a lonely woman who has trouble expressing her feelings.
So says Dr. Alma Bond, a psychoanalyst and author who holds a PhD from Columbia University and did post doctorate studies from the Freudian Society. She has been studying Hillary Clinton from afar for many years.
The Democratic presidential candidate has difficulty with men and she needs a woman friend on her same political level that she can share strategy or top secret events of the day.
Dr. Bond suggests that Hillary, 67, has unsuccessfully looked for a female equal for years, despite the closeness of her assistant and closest aide, Huma Abedin
Abedin has helped to fill Hillary’s void of loneliness, assisted in minor planning policy and event preparation but she is not Hillary’s equal nor does she fulfill the intimacy vacuum left by the death of Hillary’s mother, Dr. Bond writes in her book, Hillary Rodham Clinton On The Couch, published by Bancroft Press.
Dr. Bond first became interested in Hillary when she started campaigning for Bill in his bid to become governor of Arkansas.
She has followed her career in newspapers, magazines, books and reveals her thoughts about Clinton in fictionalized psychotherapy sessions – analyzing Hillary’s emotions and actions.The psychologist has also written a similar book on Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.
Dr. Bond has drawn the conclusion that one of the Democratic presidential candidate’s biggest problems is her inability to express her feelings and it all began back in her in childhood in Park Ridge, Illinois, a neighborhood devoid of Jews, blacks or Asians.
Her father Hugh Rodham, a curtain salesman who died of a stroke in 1993 at age 82, was a combative, working-class man from eastern Pennsylvania who was riddled with prejudices against anyone who wasn’t like him. He raged about minorities in derogatory terms when he was not subjecting his family to his own violent emotions.