The New Don't Blame Mother: Mending the Mother-Daughter Relationship

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Taylor & Francis, Mar 23, 2000 - Psychology - 320 pages
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This revised edition by a research psychologist shows how to stop blaming mother and, instead, start loving her. By identifying dangerous myths about mothers, Caplan shows how anger and agony can be replaced with a new bond based on understanding and respect.

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In this revision of her 1989 book of the same title, Caplan, a clinical and research psychologist, examines the pervasiveness of mother-blame in society and identifies ten myths surrounding motherhood ... Read full review

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Paula J. Caplan, a clinical and research psychologist, is an Affiliate at Harvard University's DuBois Institute and a Fellow at the Women and Public Policy Program in Harvard's Kennedy School of Government. She is the author of "The Myth of Women's Masochism", "They Say You're Crazy: How the World's Most Powerful Psychiatrists Decide Who's Normal", and eight other books. Her articles, essays, and op-eds have appeared in both scholarly and popular publications.

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