The mother-daughter relationship: echoes through time
Gerd H. Fenchel
J. Aronson, Jun 15, 1998 - Family & Relationships - 355 pages
This book explores the mother-daughter bond within the life cycle, from early development on into the turbulence of adolescence and the ambivalence of separation then to the daughter's marriage and maternity, and finally, thoughtfully, to reparative opportunities inherent in the mother's aging and dying.
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