By Paula J. Caplan Ph.D (auth.)
This booklet is an exploration of a few of the mental and so cial-psychological elements that experience created boundaries among girls. specific awareness is paid to the daughter-mother dating. The content material relies on psychotherapy fabric, try effects and conversations with sufferers and non-patients throughout a large age span. I bought the fabric in my a variety of roles as a clinician, researcher and theorist-and, constantly, as a lady, with no matter what exact biases and specific understandings that may contain. simply because a lot of the ebook bargains with the advance of wom en's problems in relationships with different ladies, the emphasis will frequently be on how the becoming daughter feels in her courting together with her mom. The mother's emotions may be mentioned little or no for 2 purposes: to restrict the scope of this booklet and since a lot of what applies to the daughter additionally applies to the mummy. it's always as a result of her personal studies as a daughter that the mummy encounters hassle in rearing her personal daughter or feeling com fortable approximately her skill to take action. however it is necessary for the reader to remember in the course of the booklet that child-rearing is a frighten ing, tricky job no less than a part of the time for nearly each mom. In any long term dating, one starts to event one's personal wishes, and it really is easily human to want that the opposite individual within the dating (even an baby or younger baby) could meet these needs.
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Freud's concept of fixation (1953) becomes relevant here. A child whose need at a crucial stage is unmet will thereafter have problems with that need. An infant who is underfed or overstuffed with food will probably have trouble with issues of eating-starving or overeating, for example-even as an adult; these problems will be likely to carryover more generally, producing an individual who seems "never to get enough" or who always feels empty. A woman, whose "destiny" is to nurture others, might well overdo or underdo her nurturing if she was inadequately nurtured as an infant and child, or if the nurturance was prematurely withdrawn.
P. 135) Reeves (1971) assembled a series of readings across a wide span of history that illustrate the way females have been expected to fill the nurturant, supportive role. " (p. " (p. 99) Reeves also cites Charles Butler's book The American Lady (1839), in which the following passages occur as descriptions of "the effects which the influence of the female character produces": "It is not like the periodical inundation of a river, which overspreads once in a year a desert with transient plenty.
There are many examples of cross-cultural similarity in the role of women as nurturers. Bernard (1974) offers the following description of the Rajputs of India: ... during the months when the baby is too old to lie quietly on a cot and too young to walk itself, it is, if possible, turned over to an older girl to carry when the mother is busy working. " And among the residents of Tarong, in the Philippines: " ... in no household did a mother have sole responsibility for her children-it would be unthinkable ....