eBook The Loss That is Forever: The Lifelong Impact of the Early Death of a Mother or Father download
by Maxine Harris
Author: Maxine Harris
Publisher: Dutton Adult; 1 edition (September 1, 1995)
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1"Some can never mourn. A schizoid person may be secretly appalled that on the death of his own mother, or even of his wife, he has felt no emotion of grief or loss at all.
Harris does not focus her work on the loss suffered upon the death of parents who were abusive to their children. 1"Some can never mourn. (He concluded the relationship with his mother before he was one year ol.
Maxine Harris captures the tremendous impact of early parent loss through both anecdotal and scientific support. I am now working on my own healing process for the untimely death of my Dad who was 25 and I was an infant. 10 people found this helpful. This book is a tremendous asset to anyone who has experienced early parent loss. For women dealing specifically with mother loss, Harris' book works well in conjunction with Hope Edelman's "Motherless Daughters. I would say this is a must have for anyone who has lost a parent before they were 21 and are still trying to come to terms.
My own father died a sudden, fairly publicized death when I was 17 and my sister was 11. I've been painfully aware that . For anyone who feels inclined to explore how the death of their mother and/or father has impacted who they have become as an adult, I highly recommend this book. I've been painfully aware that there was one life before he died, and another one after, as clean a break as you could make cutting a thick rope with a sharp knife. Dec 19, 2014 Harry rated it it was amazing.
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For anyone who has survived the early loss of a parent-as well as for those with a spouse, friend, or lover who has .
For anyone who has survived the early loss of a parent-as well as for those with a spouse, friend, or lover who has lost a parent in childhood-this moving and powerful book is an important guide to discovery and understanding. Written by a clinical psychologist who has penned three other books.
Maxine Harris wrote The Loss. That Is Forever from the perspective. Fathers who were more involved in terms of their wives’ reports of prenatal marital closeness gave generally more positive reports of the delivery and the new baby. Fathers who were involved in terms of their wives’ estimates of their interest in children were rated by observers as interacting with their wives less during labor.
We are like Rottentomatoes or Metacritic for books. We also do book giveaways. Based on interviews with scores of people and her own experience as a clinical psychologist, the author traces the lasting effect of the premature death of one's parents on all aspects of one's life. 25,000 first printing.
Based on interviews with scores of people, and her own experience as a clinical psychologist, Harris provides readers with a basis for understanding the impact the early loss of a parent has on adult development. Beautifully written and informative. Harris' eloquence is exceeded only by the compassion and insight she brings to this perplexing and formative experience. Vamik D. Volkan, Univ.