Dr. Marilyn Mehr


Off and running!

June 27, 2014

Tags: travel, discovery, Reformation, UU

Once again, I'm off and running, this time to a place I've never been before--Poland and The Czech Republic. Why? I'm curious about the origins of the UU beliefs, the source of tolerance and humanitarianism during the Reformation. I'll be travelling with 12 other UU's and our tour leader, the former UUA President, John Buehrens, who will introduce us to religious and political leaders in Warsaw and Krakow. Of course, we'll also have the opportunity to see WWII sites, cultural exhibits and some of the countryside. I'm particularly looking forward to meeting civic and religious leaders, as well as ordinary Poles in their homes and meeting places.
This won't be a hiking adventure, but it will be two weeks of discovery and reflection. I can't wait!

Selected Works

Two women--psychologists, professors and activists--love each other fiercely, but struggle against the invisibility and/or scorn of American society. As social activists, they must overcome their exile and have the courage to confront prejudice and live honest lives. These lessons hold for all women, men and their families. (purchase on Amazon.com. Barnes and Noble.com and Bootlocker.com)
Historical Fiction
Holding the World Together is a captivating adventure, a touching love story and an evocation of the American West.
by Marilyn Mehr, Nancy M. Snell, Judith M. Olson, Dennis R. Mehr

The book reveals the pain, personal growth and insights of adult children witnessing the loss of their cherished father deteriorating before their eyes.
by Betty Walker, Ph.D. and Marilyn Mehr, Ph.D.

Based on the first study ever done on academically gifted women and their life patterns of achievement. This is a ground-breaking work for and about women that is a blueprint for reaching one’s maximum potential.

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