"A provactive critique of traditional therapy's view of childhood . . . This is explosive stuff. I can't imagine anyone coming away from this book without several newfound discoveries about herself and her relation to her parents.
Author: Alice Miller
Publisher: Pluto Press (UK)
'An important book with relevance to us all' New Statesman'Powerful reading' Angela Neustatter, The Guardian'Direct and positive in its approach to an urgent and bewildering problem' LA TimesMiller combines case histories with dreams, fairy tales and the works of Kafka, Woolf, Flaubert, and Beckett, in a formidable argument for a more compassionate approach to a bewildering problem.
Hereby he plainly insinuates that , were it not for this objection , I should not be
unwilling to give up the facts of ... He is not aware of this , it is plain : he merely
flings about his slanderous insinuations at random : but this hardly lessens his
Author: Julius Charles Hare
Hare defends himself against accusations, made in the English review, that his writings participate in the "subversion of the faith".
Alice Miller , Thou Shalt Not Be Aware , p . 320 . For responses to incest , see
Elaine Hilberman Carmen , Patricia Perri Rieker , and Trudy Mills , “ Victims of
Violence and Psychiatric Illness " ; Denise J . Gelinas , “ The Persisting Negative
Author: Louise A. DeSalvo
Publisher: Beacon Press (MA)
Drawing from letters, diaries, memoirs, and novels, Virginia Woolf's subjection to sexual abuse from the age of six into her young adulthood is chronicled, and the effect of that trauma on her personal life and her work is explored
I am sure that many of LTCF investors were not aware of the inherent risks of their
investment . In this chapter , I will tell you about my foray into limited partnerships
, another one of those investment vehicles which was high on promise and low ...
Author: Khalil Fadil Matta
This portrait of investor's psyche is an expose of what can go on Wall Street. Using entertaining stories that breathe life into his experiences, this Notre Dame business professor recounts his investing fiascos.