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My Mother My Self

Author : Nancy Friday
ISBN : 9780307763730
Genre : Self-Help
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When Nancy Friday began her research for My Mother/My Self in the early 1970’s no work existed that explored the unique interaction between mother and daughter. Today psychotherapists throughout the world acknowledge that if women are to be able to love without possessing, to find work that fulfills them, and to discover their full sexuality, they must first acknowledge their identity as separate from their mother’s. Nancy Friday’s book played a major role in that acceptance. The greatest gift a good mother can give remains unquestioning love planted deep in the first year of life, so deep and anassailable that the tiny child grown to womanhood is never held back by the fear of losing that love, no matter what her own choice in love, sexuality, or work may be. Through candid self-disclosure and hundreds of interviews, Friday investigates a generational legacy and reveals the conflicting feelings of anger, hate, and love the daughter’s hold for their mothers–and why they so often “become” that mother themselves. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Category: Self-Help

My Mother My Sister Myself

Author : Annamarie Schmidt
ISBN : 9781602471535
Genre : Poetry
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Do you know the year your mother was born? My Mother, My Sister, Myself is a book of Christian Poetry. This beautifully written, God-inspired poetry is a reflection of Annamarie's life?past and present. She got the title of her book, My Mother My Sister Myself, from a poem she had written to her mother after her sister Carole had passed away from breast cancer.
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My Mother My Self

Author : Nanncy Friday
ISBN : OCLC:1044651857
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My Mother My Mirror

Author : Laura Arens Fuerstein
ISBN : 9781572245693
Genre : Self-Help
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Explores how mothers can unwittingly pass their own self-esteem and body image issues to their daughters, and includes advice on how to overcome these negative messages.
Category: Self-Help

The Secret Within

Author : Alexandra Gargaglione-Bertoni
ISBN : 140109502X
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In The Secret Within: My Mother, Myself, the author takes you through her own personal struggle with a seizure/panic disorder which she acquired at the tender age of fourteen. The struggle involves the whole family, but particularly her mother who is her best friend and her caretaker her entire life. The book expresses the trials and tribulations and different experiences that the author has had while living with this disorder. Finally, at the age of 28, the author's health begins to recouperate just in time for her mother's diagnosis of a rare form of cancer called Paget's disease. That is, her mother develops a terminal form of cancer, and in the face of death, the author is able to combat her deepest demons and overcome her seizure/panic disorder, which long held her prisoner. This tale of family, life and death is so real and transcending it reminds all of us of how significant it is to cherish life and to have Hope!
Category: Biography & Autobiography

My Father And Myself

Author : J. R. Ackerley
ISBN : 9781590175262
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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When his father died, J. R. Ackerley was shocked to discover that he had led a secret life. And after Ackerley himself died, he left a surprise of his own—this coolly considered, unsparingly honest account of his quest to find out the whole truth about the man who had always eluded him in life. But Ackerley’s pursuit of his father is also an exploration of the self, making My Father and Myself a pioneering record, at once sexually explicit and emotionally charged, of life as a gay man. This witty, sorrowful, and beautiful book is a classic of twentieth-century memoir.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Way Around

Author : David Good
ISBN : 9780062382146
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Rooted in two vastly different cultures, a young man struggles to understand himself, find his place in the world, and reconnect with his mother—and her remote tribe in the deepest jungles of the Amazon rainforest—in this powerful memoir that combines adventure, history, and anthropology. “My Yanomami family called me by name. Anyopo-we. What it means, I soon learned, is ‘long way around’: I’d taken the long way around obstacles to be here among my people, back where I started. A twenty-year detour.” For much of his young life, David Good was torn between two vastly different worlds. The son of an American anthropologist and a tribeswoman from a distant part of the Amazon, it took him twenty years to embrace his identity, reunite with the mother who left him when he was six, and claim his heritage. The Way Around is Good’s amazing chronicle of self-discovery. Moving from the wilds of the Amazonian jungle to the paved confines of suburban New Jersey and back, it is the story of his parents, his American scientist-father and his mother who could not fully adapt to the Western lifestyle. Good writes sympathetically about his mother’s abandonment and the deleterious effect it had on his young self; of his rebellious teenage years marked by depression and drinking, and the near-fatal car accident that transformed him and gave him purpose to find a way back to his mother. A compelling tale of recovery and discovery, The Way Around is a poignant, fascinating exploration of what family really means, and the way that the strongest bonds endure, even across decades and worlds.
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Bitten By Twilight

Author : Melissa A. Click
ISBN : 1433108941
Genre : Social Science
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"Bitten by Twilight presents us with an enlightened look into the world of vampires, werewolves, and fan culture and romance narratives. The editors and contributors to this book appreciate the significance of the stories, movies, and artifacts as a culturally gendered phenomenon and present a variety of lenses through which to appreciate this popular franchise."---Norma Pecora, Author of The Business of Children's Entertainment; Professor, School of Media Arts and Studies, Ohio University. --
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Mother Heal My Self

Author : JoEllen Koerner
ISBN : 0972509801
Genre : Family & Relationships
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A stirring true-life story of how the daughter of a revered nurse leader was saved by a Lakota Sioux. It probes the meaning of being a healer and being healed, of being a mother, and how spiritual issues are passed from one generation to the next.
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Becoming My Mother S Daughter

Author : Erika Gottlieb
ISBN : 9781554586912
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Becoming My Mother’s Daughter: A Story of Survival and Renewal tells the story of three generations of a Jewish Hungarian family whose fate has been inextricably bound up with the turbulent history of Europe, from the First World War through the Holocaust and the communist takeover after World War II, to the family’s dramatic escape and emmigration to Canada. The emotional centre and narrative voice of the story belong to Eva, an artist, dreamer, and writer trying to work through her complex and deep relationship with her mother, whose portrait she cannot paint until she completes her journey through memory. The core of the book is Eva’s riveting recollection of the last months of World War II in Budapest, seen through a child’s eyes, and is reminiscent in its power of scenes in Joy Kogawa’s Obasan. Exploring the bond between generations of mothers and daughters, the book illustrates the struggle between the need for independence and the search for continuity, the significant impact of childhood on adult life, the reshaping of personality in immigration, the importance of dreams in making us face reality, and the redemptive power of memory. Illustrations by the author throughout the book, some in colour, enhance the story.
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