Preface From the start of my own training in person - centred counselling the problematic potential of the mother - son relationship , and the under - emphasis on this within material written for counsellors , has struck me .
Author: Richard Bryant-Jefferies
Publisher: Radcliffe Publishing
Bryant-Jefferies (National Health Service, UK) uses fictitious dialogues in counseling and supervision sessions to demonstrate a person-centered approach in counseling a young man trying to break free from the damaging influence of his mother. Practical advice, reflections on the counseling process, summaries, and points for discussion are included, along with an introduction to the person- centered approach. The book is for counselors, trainees, and other heath and social care professionals. Annotation : 2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com).
Babette Smith's Mothers and Sons: The Truth about Mother-Son Relationships (1995) The final book on the mother-son ... Smith's research, developed from a comparative study of postwar and post1960s mothers and sons, explores how mothers' ...
Author: Andrea O'Reilly
Category: Social Science
First published in 2001. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Many are the testimonies of wayward sons who have constantly realized the restraining power of their mother's prayers , the loving and trustful hope for “ better things of them ; " and who have at last , after many years of willfulness ...
Now that he did, he began thinking about those fathers who never saw their kids because their mothers had stopped them. He had missed out on his son's life, right from his first words and his first steps. But when he stripped it down, ...
Author: Haley Mason
DI Nick Blake could not see beyond the cold hard facts that Danny Adams had been nothing more than a thug. He deserved what was coming to him even if it meant paying with his life. Whatever kept Alex Hemlock awake that night resulted in him committing a violent act to protect his home and family. His instincts had been wrong, costing him his life. Secrets are going to rear their ugly heads in the events about to take place and the only person who can stop them is dead. Prologue: Leave me alone for god sake! Hillary bellowed at the top of her voice pushing her daughter away from her. She hated it when Jess fussed around her. She was drunk from the cheap bottle of vodka she had bought earlier that day. Jess s eyes caught sight of the used needle lying next to the small bag containing the remainder of a brown powder. She sighed deeply with frustration. Where did you get the money for that? Jess s eyes narrowed. It was a stupid question to ask as Hillary always had ways and means of getting money, even when they were skint. They were already three weeks behind on the rent and her mother had somehow still got her daily fix. You mind your own business young lady, said Hillary. Her voice sounded hard as she fixed her stare at her daughter. Mum, you didn t spend the rent money again? she asked fearfully. Jess had worked double shifts at the café where she had an after-school job. She knew that if the rent arrears were not paid they would be out on the streets and stood with her hands on her hips glaring at her mother. I screwed some bloke earlier, is that what you wanted to hear? Hillary took a cigarette out of the packet and lit it. Jess felt like screaming at the top of her voice but what good would it do? Her mother never listened to anyone least of all her. You are so selfish sometimes, Jess shouted at her. It was common knowledge that Hillary Golding was a drug addict and a drunk not to mention she had been on the game for years. Business however had been slow just recently. No-one wanted to do business with Hillary who now looked haggard and much older than her years; the drink and drugs had seen to that. Hillary could not get through the day without copious amounts of drink, or indeed her daily dose of whatever drug as she nicknamed it. Why can t you be a normal mum? Jess was now fighting back the tears. She was so furious with her mother but there was no point in wasting her breath when her mum was in this state. You mean bleached blonde hair, bright orange tan and more cosmetic surgery than I ve had hot dinners? she laughed so hard it hurt her throat. No I meant helping with my homework and stuffing our faces with popcorn like we used to. Her expression became serious. God damn it girl, what s the point in wasting your time getting educated? They don t teach you about the real world in school and the realities of life as it really is. Because I don t want to end up like you, a drug addict, who can t even provide for her own daughter, replied Jess. Hillary shot up from the sofa only to fall back again. Watch your mouth girl, you are not too old to go over my knee for a good hiding. She poured herself another drink and gulped it down as if it was water. It burned her throat; she didn t really enjoy the fowl tasting liquid. Although Hillary had her quota for the day, she was not willing to give in to the drink just yet. For god sake mum, look at you, you re a mess. You can t even stand up, shouted Jess and pointing her long, slim fingers at her mother. Hillary dropped her head in between her cupped hands sobbing loudly. I hate you sometimes Jess, she cried making the words stutter from her mouth.
often saw their father as a weak, powerless man. The mother reinforced that impression by involving the son in her marital problems, such as is clear in Michael's example. The fathers were often not only incompetent but were a threat on ...
Mothers of ADHD children also tend to engage in less positive behavior in response to their boys' social initiations. Results are most pronounced and consistent when mother and child complete structured tasks (Barkley, 1985; ...
... 29 The German immigrant group 31 III THE SOCIAL CONTEXT OF ASPIRATIONS 38 The Focus of the Study Literature Review 40 Outline of instruments used in this section of the study 49 Educational aspirations of sons and their mothers 50 ...
Based on close readings of more than twenty Buddhist texts written in China from the 5th to the 13th century, this book demonstrates that Buddhist authors crafted new models for family reproduction based on a mother-son style of filial ...
Author: R. Alan Cole
Publisher: Stanford University Press
Based on close readings of more than twenty Buddhist texts written in China from the 5th to the 13th century, this book demonstrates that Buddhist authors crafted new models for family reproduction based on a mother-son style of filial piety, in contrast to the traditional father-son model.--NAN NÜ
Indeed , young children see these mothers as make - believe mothers who may fit one of four basic profiles : the Waif mother , the Hermit mother , the Queen mother , and the Witch mother . Some adult children of borderlines literally ...
Author: Christine Ann Lawson
Publisher: Jason Aronson Incorporated
Four character profiles describe different symptom clusters that include the waif mother, the hermit mother, the queen mother, and the witch." "Children of borderlines are at risk for developing this complex and devastating personality disorder themselves. Dr. Lawson's recommendations for prevention include empathic understanding of the borderline mother and early intervention with her children to ground them in reality and counteract the often dangerous effects of living with a "make-believe" mother.".
class B and B ' , the children of B and C ' will belong to the class C and C ' , and the children of C and A ' will belong to ... The children call their father and father's brothers , all fathers , and their mother and mother's sisters ...
Sons and daughters primarily are the main family members who either suffer or enjoy the consequences of their mothers ' work . It seems worthwhile to consider their attitudes . Statement of the Problem The purpose of this study is to ...
Characteristics leading to this impression were: (a) the volume of business or potential volume of business was sufficient to support the two families; ( b ) the mother and son exhibited a desire to work together; ( c ) the son's ...
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Respect for parents Mother obeys sons dance or at least enjoy the gaiety . After twenty - four hours , they return to " la gloria " and the Father " puts them away . " Ideally , elders are respected , and children are obedient .
C. Changing “son” to “child”io Proverbs 10:5 RSV: A son who gathers in summer is prudent, but a son who sleeps in harvest brings shame. ... NIVI: Wise children bring joy to their fathers, But the foolish bring grief to their mothers.
Author: Vern S. Poythress
Publisher: B & H Academic
Two scholars and theology professors explore the controversy surrounding the use of gender-inclusive language in Bible translations and show the subtle changes in interpretation that can result.
It must not be supposed, however, that a man with two mothers, to take a conservative estimate, can only claim that he is child-of -sister to the households of two different children- of-brother, of two different gentes.
Specifically , it has been noticed that the sons of employed mothers appear to have more difficulties than do daughters . In an article entitled , “ Relations between maternal employment and development of nursery school children " ...