Oneness and separateness: from infant to individual

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Simon and Schuster, 1978 - Family & Relationships - 288 pages
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This closely observed and lyrically written exploration of the journey each baby makes from oneness with his mother to his "second birth" as a unique psychological being is being reissued to tie in with the release of Kaplan's No Voice Is Ever Wholly Lost.

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User Review  - Karen - Goodreads

I love the topic, but the academic writing style is killing me... I have to force myself to pick it up, and I rarely want to read much at once. I do plan to eventually finish it, but I think my toddler may be in high school by the time I make it to the end. Read full review

Review: Oneness and Separateness: From Infant to Individual

User Review  - Wilder - Goodreads

My Dad gave me this book. She quotes Winnicot alot it's honestly kinda dull and I love parenting books. Read full review

Contents

FOREWORD
11
TO THE READER
21
chapter two The Beginnings
59
Copyright

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Louise J. Kaplan is the author of "Oneness and Separateness" and "Adolescence: The Farewell to Childhood". She was director of child and adolescent clinical services at The Psychological Center of CUNY and is now engaged in private practice in New York City.

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