Letting Go of Mother: How We Mesh with Our Mothers, what Works, what We Must Leave Behind
James McMahon says that unless we renegoitate the primary relationship with mother, we cannot relate to or have a serious relationship with another human being, ourselves, or God. This book invited readers to examine our fusion with mother.
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