Father-daughter, Mother-son: Freeing Ourselves from the Complexes that Bind Us

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Element, 1997 - 181 pages
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Verena Kast's ground-breaking book is the first modern analysis of the vast range of mother and father complexes, and benefits from her 20 years of detailed studies of infant and child behaviour. She places particular emphasis on positive mother complexes, which have long been devalued and are still veiled in shadow.
This book clarifies the effects of all kinds of complexes, so that we can ultimately free ourselves from their negative impact. In so doing we can gain happiness and independence and form better, closer relationships with others.

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Verena Kast is a practising analytical psychologist who teaches at the University of Zurich, Switzerland.

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