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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In a book called Letters to Mothers, the popular nineteenth-century author Lydia
Howard Sigourney suggested how mothers should raise their daughters: Inspire
her with a desire to make all around her, comfortable and happy. Instruct her in ...
Lydia Howard Sigourney, Letters to Mothers (New York: Harper and Brothers,
1845), 124. 78: "How much help . . ." Edith Neisser, Mothers and Daughters (New
York: Harper and Row, 1973), 98. 78: "Junior housekeepers . . ." Neisser,
In A Guide to Dynamics of Feminist Therapy, edited by Doris Howard, 249-257.
New York: Harrington Park Press, 1986. Siegel, Rachel Josefowitz. ... Sigourney,
Lydia Howard. Letters to Mothers. New York: Harper and Bros., 1845. Sluckin ...
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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