Letting Go of Mother: How We Mesh with Our Mothers, what Works, what We Must Leave Behind

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Paulist Press, 1996 - Family & Relationships - 97 pages
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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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Contents

Growing
24
Breaking the Shame Habit
40
From Mom to
53
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

McMahon is a clinical psychologist in practice for 30 years.

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