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Feeling, imagination, and the self; transformations of the mother-infant relationship

By: Willeford, William
Material type: TextTextEvanston, IL Northwestern Univ. Press c1987Description: xii, 467p.; illus.; bibliog. notes; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-8101-0763-5Subject(s): Child Psychotherapy | Jungian psychology | Self (Jungian Concept) | Mother and Infant | Personality
Contents:
1 Baby, the given, and doing theory. 2 Being true to oneself in abundance and limitation. 3 Abandonment, wish, and hope in the blues. 4 Festival, communion, and mutuality. 5 Magic and participating consciousness. 6 Receptivity, commitment, and detachment
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1 Baby, the given, and doing theory. 2 Being true to oneself in abundance and limitation. 3 Abandonment, wish, and hope in the blues. 4 Festival, communion, and mutuality. 5 Magic and participating consciousness. 6 Receptivity, commitment, and detachment

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