In Her Image: The Unhealed Daughter's Search for Her Mother
In this book a Jungian therapist seeks to reconnect the very human problems between mothers and daughters with their deeper psychic roots. In doing so, she not only articulates many of the strengths and problems of the mother-daughter relationship but also sets them within a transpersonal journey. 18 halftones.
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