About Barbara Jaffe
Barbara Jaffe, Ed.D. is an award-winning English professor at El Camino College, California and is a Fellow in UCLA’s Department of Education. She has offered countless workshops to students to help them find their writers’ voices through writing non-fiction.
Her college has honored her by naming her Outstanding Woman of the Year and Distinguished Teacher of the Year.
She is the author of, "When Will I Be Good Enough?: A Replacement Child's Journey to Healing." Her wish for this book is twofold: first, to help other “replacement children” understand and accept their often challenging journeys as she reveals her own. Second, to offer a cautionary tale to parents who have, perhaps unwittingly, set the stage in their own families for a child who serves as a replacement for another or is viewed as ‘less than’ by comparison. Barbara also shares her inner journey to wholeness so that readers might be able to relate to their own challenges and growth whether they are replacement children or just feel 'less than' at times.
Originally a fourth generation San Franciscan, Barbara has lived in Los Angeles her entire adult life. She and her husband Paul, a psychiatrist, have raised three sons and boast of one amazing grandson and one incredible dog.
To learn more about Barbara, visit www.barbaraannjaffe.com