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Diane Weber Bederman

Diane Weber Bederman was born and raised in Toronto but moved four years ago to a place she calls The Garden of Eden. Diane graduated from university with degrees in science and the humanities. Her love of religion led her into a residency in Clinical Pastoral Education at Toronto Hospital. Living with mental illness prompted Diane to write, produce and narrate The Many Voices of Mental Illness, a six part radio series which can now be found on her website, The Middle Ground, The Agora of the 21st Century at which also includes topics about religion in the public square. Diane wrote for Huffington Post Canada, and now writes for Times of Israel and CanadaFreePress.

Articles by Diane Weber Bederman


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