Don't Blame Mother: Mending the Mother-Daughter Relationship
A nationally recognized expert on the psychology of women shows how the angerand agony of the mother-daughter relationship can be replaced with a new bondbased on understanding and respect.
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My friend Ellen and her mother, Sue, had an experience that elicited these
feelings. When Ellen and her husband split up, she took her three teenaged
children and moved back to her hometown. Ellen's parents had lived there since
Just recently, she reports, raising her own daughter has made her appreciate her
mother more, and she is pleased about that. Sue and Ellen, the mother and
daughter described earlier, found a way to go beyond their stalemate (about
Sue was afraid that Ellen was vulnerable, having so recently left a difficult
marriage, and would have her hopes for a romantic, globe-trotting adventure
dashed by a less glorious reality. Sue had adored Ellen's husband and treated
him like a ...
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Written in the conversational style that typifies self-help books, this work explores cultural biases and the myths of angel-witch, perfect mother, and bad mother as the basis for daughters blaming ... Read full review