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Not a long book, can be read very quickly.
Ms. Miller was a practicing psychoanalyst, who gave up her work with patients to write books, for the layperson, primarily dealing with early childhood abuse.
If you buy only one book to help to further your understanding of what it is to be the child of a malignant narcissist/abuser, make sure it's this one.
I highly recommend this work to anyone who gas found themselves caught in a depressive state, whether situational or cyclical. Dr. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Wally Nichols
That's a wonderful book - one that could be useful for parents and childs, but also for specialists, do red it in case you are a reflexive parent or a psychologist.Published 19 days ago by Antoinette
Insightful. I have a feeling that it would be better in the original German thoughPublished 20 days ago by Jeffery S.
Breaks down and explains in eloquent language how childhood issues affect the person you become in adulthood. Book is shorter than I had imagined but really a gem. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Levi
A stunning and poignant rendering of the trauma and disconnection, often silent, wrought in childhood and enacted through adulthood in the search for, and mourning for loss of, the... Read morePublished 26 days ago by Kieran
Still the classic book on breaking free of child abuse and a cautionary tale to parents who don't realize they are harming their children emotionally.Published 1 month ago by Colleen K.
Very eye opening book. If you don't remember much of your childhood or you "raised yourself" this will answer a lot of your questions.Published 1 month ago by Konstantin Nikiforov
Lots of pyscho babble, mostly about how it's all our mother's fault that we are screwed up. I couldn't even finish it.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I've hought this book three times and given it away - I finally bought it on Kindle! I love it!Published 1 month ago by Shopping Queen