Mourning unlived lives; a psychological study of childbearing loss
- Wilmette, IL Chiron Publications c1989
- xiv, 126p.; illus.; glossary; bibliography; index
- (Chiron monograph series; 3) .
1 When nature is not a mother. 2 The annunciation: the meaning of progeny. 3 Ethnological and archetypal motifs governing the structure of mourning. 4 Archetypal patterns of mourning: the search. 5 Archetypal patterns of mourning: the recovery. 6 Archetypal patterns of mourning: rebirth, the resolution of mourning, and the expansion of consciousness
Bereavement--Psychological Aspects Parents--Psychology Archetype (Psychology) Death Infants--Death Fetal Death
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