With examples drawn from her own experience, from her patients' stories, and from myth, fairy tale, and contemporary fiction, Dr. Bassoff shows readers how to overcome the conflict between intense identification with and resentment of the mother that so often causes women deep unhappiness.
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Evelyn Bassoff, Ph.D., is a psychologist in private practice, and author of Mothers and Daughters, Mothering Ourselves, and Between Mothers and Sons (all Plume). She lives in Boulder, Colorado.From Publishers Weekly:
This one-sided study of mother-daughter relations is based on the premise that mothers are the chief cause of their daughters' problems; fathers and their impact on daughters are only briefly mentioned.
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