Peter Pan: The Story of a Lost Childhood
Unresolved childhood events can be the root of adult depression. Sharing the story of her own turbulent childhood fleeing from her communist-run native country, Kathleen Kelley-Laine shows how to recognize and overcome the residue of loss and sadness caused by events suffered in early childhood. A welcome book that also can be used as a guide for today's parents.
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Peter Pan on the Windowsill
The Past the Passage and the Passer
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