Lillian Breslow Rubin quotes

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The authoritarian child-rearing style so often found in working-class families stems in part from the fact that parents see around ...
Personal change, growth, development, identity formation--these tasks that once were thought to belong to childhood and adolescenc ...
She has problems with separation; he has trouble with unity--problems that make themselves felt in our relationships with our chil ...
In our minds lives the madonna image--the all-embracing, all- giving tranquil mother of a Raphael painting, one child at her breas ...
It's true, as Marya Mannes says: "No one believes [a woman's] time to be sacred. A man at his desk in a room with a closed door is ...
Women find ways to give sense and meaning to daily life--ways to be useful in the community, to keep mind active and soul growing ...
Indeed, it is that ambiguity and ambivalence which often is so puzzling in women--the quality of shifting from child to woman, the ...
Contrary to all we hear about women and their empty-nest problem, it may be fathers more often than mothers who are pained by the ...
Children crawl before they walk, walk before they run--each generally a precondition for the other. And with each step they take t ...
How then can we account for the persistence of the myth that inside the empty nest lives a shattered and depressed shell of a woma ...
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