Change of Life: A Psychological Study of Dreams and the Menopause
A moving account of a women's Jungian analysis, interweaving her personal experience with social, biological, emotional and psychological factors. Reveals the later years as a time of self-discovery and potential rebirth.
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analysis anger anima animus animus-figure archetypal aspect associations attitudes aware baby big dream birth C.G. Jung clergyman climacteric collective unconscious conscious creative cultural daughter dead death Demeter depression dream-work Emma Jung emotional Ernest Becker experience fact fantasies feelings female feminine function Glossary Helene Deutsch hormone hormone replacement husband Ibid idea imagery individual inner ISBN Jungian lives look loss male Marie-Louise von Franz marriage masculine Masters and Johnson meaning menopausal woman menstrual cycle menstruation Menstruation and Menopause mother Mysteries narcissism narcissistic natural transformation nature nubile older woman ovulation Paula Weideger Persephone Phil physical postmenopausal problems psyche psychological Rachel Rachel felt Rachel's dream rebirth relationship reproductive resentment rite of passage role Scene seemed significance society stage symbol symptoms tableau taboo therapy tion unconscious Ursula Leguin Wise Wound womb womb-tomb women wood sculpture young younger youth