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Family Estrangement


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Author : Kylie Agllias
language : en
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Release Date : 2016-10-04

Family Estrangement written by Kylie Agllias and has been published by Taylor & Francis this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2016-10-04 with Social Science categories.


Family estrangement is larger than conflict and more complicated than betrayal. It is entwined in contradictory beliefs, values, behaviours and goals and is the result of at least one member of the family considering reconciliation impossible and/or undesirable. The cessation of familial relations, whether that involves rejection or deciding to leave, can be an inordinately traumatising experience. Whilst data suggests that around 1 in 12 people are estranged from at least one family member this topic is rarely discussed or researched. Based on the author’s in-depth research and exploration of the topic of estrangement, Family Estrangement: A Matter of Perspective captures the unique lived experiences of both estrangee and estranger. Offering multiple perspectives drawn from academic and popular literature as well as case studies, the book contextualises its chapters within current theoretical understandings of family relationships and estrangement, including Loss and Grief theories, Attachment Theory and Bowen Family Systems Theory. Practice sections provide estranged readers and professionals with a structured approach to exploring the various aspects of estrangement within a family and to help them identify resilience, strengths and strategies which individuals may harness as they attempt to live with estrangement. Written with the aim to provide guidance in understanding estrangement in context, this book is suitable for estranged family members and all professionals who encounter and work with people affected by estrangement, including social workers, counsellors, psychologists, allied health professionals, doctors, nurses and legal professions.

The Loveless Family Getting Past Estrangement And Learning How To Love


The Loveless Family Getting Past Estrangement And Learning How To Love
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Author : Jon P. Bloch
language : en
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
Release Date : 2011-08-17

The Loveless Family Getting Past Estrangement And Learning How To Love written by Jon P. Bloch and has been published by ABC-CLIO this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2011-08-17 with Family & Relationships categories.


This scholarly and personal exploration of what it is like to grow up feeling unloved describes personality types and syndromes that often manifest, regardless of whether the family unit was "dysfunctional" or not. • In-depth examinations of seven personality types and syndromes that manifest in the loveless family • Bibliographic reference sources • A subject index

Affection And Estrangement A Southern Family Memoir


Affection And Estrangement A Southern Family Memoir
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Author : Preston M. Browning Jr.
language : en
Publisher: iUniverse
Release Date : 2009-10-30

Affection And Estrangement A Southern Family Memoir written by Preston M. Browning Jr. and has been published by iUniverse this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2009-10-30 with Family & Relationships categories.


Preston Browning Jr. entered the world in 1929, a few months before the Crash and the onset of the Great Depression. In Culpeper, Virginia, Browning grew up amid the pervasive poverty of the times where he recalls being labeled by his father as the world’s worst grouch, led in song by Miss Lizzy Lovell—who banged on the piano at the local Episcopal church, and seated astride a cow who needed a lot of convincing to take him for a ride around the pasture beyond his house. With humor and exceptional detail, Browning shares a lively memoir that focuses on his coming-of-age journey and subsequent experiences in the rural South during the 1930s and 1940s, providing a compelling glimpse into how his family and others helped shape his emerging sense of self, his convictions, and his character. While providing snippets about the era and sketches of more than twenty relatives and ancestors that include an amusing retelling about his Uncle Sweets’ experiences at a hoochie-coochie show, Browning details the fascinating legacy of his Southern upbringing during a time when a struggle for racial, economic, and social justice prevailed in America. In this inspiring memoir, a Southerner reminisces about small-town Virginia before, during, and after the Great Depression through entertaining stories about his unconventional ancestors, his immediate family, and his own experiences.

Rules Of Estrangement


Rules Of Estrangement
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Author : Joshua Coleman
language : en
Publisher: Hachette UK
Release Date : 2021-03-04

Rules Of Estrangement written by Joshua Coleman and has been published by Hachette UK this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2021-03-04 with Family & Relationships categories.


'I've seen many parents and adult children grappling with these issues, and this is exactly the book they have all been waiting for.' - Lori Gottlieb Has your adult child cut off contact with you? How can you heal the pain and start to build a bridge back to them? Labelled a silent epidemic by a growing number of therapists and researchers, estrangement is one of the most disorienting and painful experiences of a parent's life. Popular opinion typically tells a one-sided story of parents who got what they deserved or overly entitled adult children who wrongly blame their parents. However, the reasons for alienation are far more complex and varied. As a result of rising rates of individualism, an increasing cultural emphasis on happiness, growing economic insecurity, and a historically recent perception that parents are obstacles to personal growth, many parents find themselves forever shut out of the lives of their adult children and grandchildren. As a trusted psychologist whose own daughter cut off contact for several years and eventually reconciled, Dr Joshua Coleman is uniquely qualified to guide parents in navigating these fraught interactions. He helps to alleviate the ongoing feelings of shame, hurt, guilt, and sorrow that commonly attend these dynamics. By placing estrangement into a cultural context, Dr Coleman helps parents better understand the mindset of their adult children and teaches them how to implement the strategies for reconciliation and healing that he has seen work in his forty years of practice. Rules of Estrangement gives parents the language and the emotional tools to engage in meaningful conversation with their child, the framework to cultivate a healthy relationship moving forward, and the ability to move on if reconciliation is no longer possible. While estrangement is a complex and tender topic, Dr Coleman's insightful approach is based on empathy and understanding for both the parent and the adult child.

Family Therapy Of Neurobehavioral Disorders


Family Therapy Of Neurobehavioral Disorders
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Author : Judith L Johnson
language : en
Publisher: Routledge
Release Date : 2014-02-25

Family Therapy Of Neurobehavioral Disorders written by Judith L Johnson and has been published by Routledge this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2014-02-25 with Psychology categories.


Family Therapy of Neurobehavioral Disorders shows you a unique integration of neuropsychology and family therapy. Authors Judith L. Johnson and William G. McCown span these two broad areas by synthesizing family therapy principles and applying them specifically to traumatic brain injury and degenerative dementia. Family therapists, neuropsychologists, social workers, and counselors working with patients who experience brain dysfunction and their families learn to better address common issues and problems and of therapeutic interventions. This expert book includes case examples and working models of family reactions. The book then extends this information into practical clinical situations commonly confronted in work with these patients and their families. Readers of Family Therapy of Neurobehavioral Disorders are introduced to brain-behavior relationships including neuroanatomy of the brain as it relates to behavior, dynamics of neurologic disorders, and common symptoms of brain dysfunction. You can then use this information to help persons with traumatic brain injury and their families cope with and adjust to the issues and challenges they face. Specifically, you gain invaluable, informative insight into: the neuroanatomy of the brain and which structures mediate behavior, emotion, and cognition common issues families face when a member suffers traumatic brain injury therapeutic strategies and practical suggestions for assisting families mild head injury and familial reactions common issues faced by families confronting Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias a model of family reactions to dementia over time Chapters in Family Therapy of Neurobehavioral Disorders outline symptoms of brain dysfunction and family therapy designed to approach these symptoms. Divided into two sections, the book gives readers a model of traumatic brain injury beginning with the initial onset and proceeding through time. This section focuses on changes within the family and therapeutic strategies for helping these distressed families. Secondly, the authors address degenerative dementia with emphases on certain phases through which family members may progress as they acknowledge their loved one’s condition and then therapeutically work through the reality of it. Professionals in the medical and social sciences will find Family Therapy of Neurobehavioral Disorders a unique and irreplacable guide for developing and understanding the meshing of neuropsychology and family therapy. Also, the book serves as a solid text for students in courses such as rehabilitation, counseling, and family therapy. Translated into Spanish!

Rules Of Estrangement


Rules Of Estrangement
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Author : Joshua Coleman, PhD
language : en
Publisher: Harmony
Release Date : 2021-03-02

Rules Of Estrangement written by Joshua Coleman, PhD and has been published by Harmony this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2021-03-02 with Family & Relationships categories.


A guide for parents whose adult children have cut off contact that reveals the hidden logic of estrangement, explores its cultural causes, and offers practical advice for parents trying to reestablish contact with their adult children. “Finally, here’s a hopeful, comprehensive, and compassionate guide to navigating one of the most painful experiences for parents and their adult children alike.”—Lori Gottlieb, psychotherapist and New York Times bestselling author of Maybe You Should Talk to Someone Labeled a silent epidemic by a growing number of therapists and researchers, estrangement is one of the most disorienting and painful experiences of a parent's life. Popular opinion typically tells a one-sided story of parents who got what they deserved or overly entitled adult children who wrongly blame their parents. However, the reasons for estrangement are far more complex and varied. As a result of rising rates of individualism, an increasing cultural emphasis on happiness, growing economic insecurity, and a historically recent perception that parents are obstacles to personal growth, many parents find themselves forever shut out of the lives of their adult children and grandchildren. As a trusted psychologist whose own daughter cut off contact for several years and eventually reconciled, Dr. Joshua Coleman is uniquely qualified to guide parents in navigating these fraught interactions. He helps to alleviate the ongoing feelings of shame, hurt, guilt, and sorrow that commonly attend these dynamics. By placing estrangement into a cultural context, Dr. Coleman helps parents better understand the mindset of their adult children and teaches them how to implement the strategies for reconciliation and healing that he has seen work in his forty years of practice. Rules of Estrangement gives parents the language and the emotional tools to engage in meaningful conversation with their child, the framework to cultivate a healthy relationship moving forward, and the ability to move on if reconciliation is no longer possible. While estrangement is a complex and tender topic, Dr. Coleman's insightful approach is based on empathy and understanding for both the parent and the adult child.

Leerschool


Leerschool
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Author : Tara Westover
language : nl
Publisher: Bezige Bij b.v., Uitgeverij De
Release Date : 2018-03-22

Leerschool written by Tara Westover and has been published by Bezige Bij b.v., Uitgeverij De this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2018-03-22 with Biography & Autobiography categories.


'Leerschool van Tara Westover is een gelaagde zoektocht naar een persoonlijk bewustzijn.' * * * * - Freek de Jonge in de Volkskrant 'Dit is een ongelooflijk boek [...] Ik kan niet begrijpen dat ze bij De Wereld Draait Door, dat boekenpanel, niet meteen heeft geroepen 'dit is fantastisch, dit moet je lezen, dit is ongelooflijk'. - Maarten 't Hart 'Schitterend. Er gaat niets boven het ontdekken van een jonge schrijver met zoveel kracht en talent.' - Stephen Fry 'Het is het indrukwekkende en schrijnende verhaal van een vrouw die zich met veel moeite weet te ontworstelen aan een gezin waarvan de ouders afzondering zoeken van de wereld, en de pijn die de breuk veroorzaakt.' - Trouw Al op jonge leeftijd moeten Tara en haar zes broers en zussen risicovol werk verrichten in het bedrijf van hun vader. Ze leren een heftruck te besturen en verzamelen schroot op het erf om in het onderhoud van de familie te voorzien. Het gezin leeft zo afgesloten van de gemeenschap dat er niemand is om Tara te onderwijzen, haar naar een dokter te brengen na een ernstig ongeluk, of om in te grijpen wanneer haar broer gewelddadig wordt. Tara slaagt er echter in zichzelf wiskunde en grammatica bij te brengen en ze wordt aangenomen aan Brigham Young University. Daar begint haar weg tot zelfontplooiing, waarbij ze niet alleen worstelt met haar gebrek aan kennis door haar geïsoleerde opvoeding, maar ook tot de pijnlijke conclusie moet komen dat een breuk met haar familie onvermijdelijk is.