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Drawing on both case histories and personal experiences, a family therapist and clinical psychologist argues that true intimacy with families lies only through honesty of expression. 20,000 first printing. Tour.
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Kathy Weingarten, PhD, is Co-Director of the Program in Narrative Therapies at The Family Institute of Cambridge and Assistant Professor of Psychology at Harvard Medical School. The author of numerous articles and the editor of several books, she speaks internationally on mothers' lives, narrative therapy, and illness.
Preface to the Paperback Edition
1. Who Listens to Mothers' Stories?
2. The Good Plus the Bad Equals Mother
3. Responsibility Gone Awry
4. What Is a Self?
5. Men's Work and Women's Families
6. Refusing to Be a Wife
7. If Fathers Are Going to Be Important...
8. Intimacy with Children
9. Growing Up, Not Apart
10. Challenging Cultural Beliefs Together
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