By Paula J. Caplan Ph.D (auth.)
This e-book 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 cloth in my a variety of roles as a clinician, researcher and theorist-and, continually, as a girl, with no matter what unique biases and unique understandings that may contain. simply because a lot of the publication bargains with the improvement of wom en's problems in relationships with different ladies, the emphasis will usually be on how the growing to be daughter feels in her courting along with her mom. The mother's emotions should be mentioned little or no for 2 purposes: to restrict the scope of this publication and since a lot of what applies to the daughter additionally applies to the mum. it's always because of her personal reviews 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 critical for the reader to remember through the booklet that child-rearing is a frighten ing, tricky job at the very least a part of the time for nearly each mom. In any long term courting, one starts off to adventure one's personal wishes, and it's easily human to need that the opposite individual within the dating (even an baby or younger baby) may meet these needs.
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The presence of an adult also increases the likelihood that little girls will behave in altruistic ways (Caplan, 1973), but does not have that effect on little boys. This is typical of the research in the field. Little girls become sensitive and responsive to the opinions and needs of others from very early in life. The same pattern continues through childhood and adolescence. A fifteen-year-old female patient said that her idea of heaven was the weekend she spent alone with her boyfriend at his house.
124) By the mid- to late nineteenth century, social Darwinists had alleged that woman's physical equipment rendered her "by nature the more social sex, formed to nurture and serve the race, rather than to scrap and fight for personal gain" (Ryan, 1975, p. 226). " (p. 232) Not only in his theory but also in his personal life, Freud (cited in Smith, 1978, p. 47) believed that the nurturant role was the best, most proper role for women. Discussing his future mother-in-law, Freud wrote in a letter: I do not think I am being unfair to her; I see her as a person of great mental and moral power standing in our midst, capable of high accomplishments, without a trace of the absurd weaknesses of old women, but there is no denying that she is taking a line against us all, like an old man.
P. 57) She divides women into three types: the maternal, the hetaera and the mediumistic. " The hetaera type's value lies in providing "inspiration and flattery" to her man. The mediumistic type "renders the unique service to man of mediating to him the contents of the collective unconscious . . " (pp. 56-69) The reason for women to be strong, then, is so they can better support and help their men. In this connection, Claremont de Castillejo points out that women often regard men as little boys, in need of care, though the converse is not often true.
Barriers Between Women by Paula J. Caplan Ph.D (auth.)