2 edition of Dont Blame Mother found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||May 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 131 p. :|
|Number of Pages||96|
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The new, less angry labels don't always fit, but amazingly often they do.
Provide more effective services for the victims of this underreported, rarely investigated form of sexual abuse! From the minute you are born, your parents' past, their regrets and their baggage become part of your life. DOHaD would ideally guide policies that support parents and children, but exaggerations and over-simplifications are making scapegoats of mothers, and could even increase surveillance and regulation of pregnant women. This book is based on my experiences as a therapist, my research and the research of other people, women's responses to my earlier writing about mothers and the mother-daughter relationship, my university course on mothers, and feedback about this book's first edition.
Almost everything said about mother-daughter relationships by experts consulted by women whose daughters range Dont Blame Mother young adults to old women came not from research but from individual speculations; this lack of research created a vacuum Dont Blame Mother mother-blame quickly filled. " When we strip our stories of the myths and then retell them, we begin to mend our rifts, learning what we have in common and experiencing the joy of discovering both great and tiny jewels of facts and feelings we hadn't known before.
You got me fucked up. Pain from our mothers gets passed down to us from two main sources:• They began to wonder about the bigger picture. That is a gap that a child can never fill. Exposed infants were stigmatized as a biologically doomed underclass.
We have reached the moment in our civilization when the technology that endangers the wild world is necessary to save it — much in the same way that the Florida Everglades, destroyed 100 years ago by the Army Corps of Engineers, is in part maintained by pumps and sluices that are today constructed by the Army Corps of Engineers.
This woman explained how she sees in retrospect, that her cries for her mother may have been the only evidence that her mother had that she mattered, in the otherwise barren emotional landscape of her life.
The short lifespans and large litter sizes favoured for lab studies often make animal models poor proxies for human reproduction.