The body never lies : the lingering effects of cruel parenting
/ Alice Miller ; translated from the German by Andrew Jenkins.
- 1st ed.
- NY: W.W. Norton, .
- 214p.; ill.; 22 cm.
Orig. pub. as Revolte des Korpers. Translated from the German by Andrew Jenkins.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 213-214).
'World-renowned therapist Alice Miller has devoted a lifetime to studying the cruelties inflicted on children. In The Body Never Lies, Miller goes further, investigating the long-range consequences of childhood abuse on the adult body.'
Parenting--Psychological aspects Abused children--Mental health Adult child abuse victims--Mental health Abused children--Psychological aspects Discipline of children--Psychological aspects Family violence--Psychological aspects medicine, psychosomatic Parent and child
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