Helping Young Children Grow: "I Never Knew Parents Did So Much"
"Furman leads us step-by-step from the first emotionally dependent crucial relationship between the mother and her baby through the maturing child's need and ability to form new and different relationships. This work is valuable reading for prospective parents, those who are already parents, and anyone working with children." --Robert D. Gillman, M.D.
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Different Kinds of Relationships
The First RelationshipMother and Baby
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