By Paula J. Caplan Ph.D (auth.)
This booklet is an exploration of a few of the mental and so cial-psychological components that experience created obstacles among ladies. specific consciousness is paid to the daughter-mother courting. The content material is predicated on psychotherapy fabric, attempt effects and conversations with sufferers and non-patients throughout a large age span. I obtained the fabric in my a number of roles as a clinician, researcher and theorist-and, constantly, as a lady, with no matter what detailed biases and specific understandings that may contain. simply because a lot of the publication bargains with the advance of wom en's problems in relationships with different ladies, the emphasis will frequently be on how the turning out to be daughter feels in her dating together with her mom. The mother's emotions can be mentioned little or no for 2 purposes: to restrict the scope of this ebook and since a lot of what applies to the daughter additionally applies to the mummy. it is usually because of her personal studies 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 bear in mind during the publication that child-rearing is a frighten ing, tough activity a minimum of a part of the time for almost each mom. In any long term dating, one starts off to event one's personal wishes, and it's easily human to need that the opposite individual within the courting (even an little one or younger baby) may meet these needs.
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7, quoted from Six Cultures, Studies of Child Rearing, edited by Beatrice Whiting,1974) Neisser (1973) writes of the Hopi Indians: If there is an older sister (a five-year-old qualifies as old enough), she will be entrusted with much of the baby's care under her mother's supervision as soon as he is a few months old. She carries the baby on her back as she goes 26 Barriers Between Women Since in some ways women are infantilized, treated as children, how can it be that girl children are not nurtured as much or as long as little boys?
It is quite a different matter to consider what later life events might throw mother and daughter together in an uneasy alliance as an adjustment to unreasonable social restrictions. How is the daughter shaped into the nurturant role? One good way for learning to take place is through practice and reward for doing the task correctly. To oversimplify, a mother who wants to teach her daughter to become a "properly" nurturant female must encourage her to practice such behavior. Since sex-differential socialization begins during the first years of life, the mother cannot spend an her time nurturing a daughter who must practice being the nurturer.
The mother's sense of her own early lack of nurturance, then, can make her feel angry and impatient when her daughter seems to need nurturance from her. Freud's concept of fixation (1953) becomes relevant here. A child whose need at a crucial stage is unmet will thereafter have problems with that need. An infant who is underfed or overstuffed with food will probably have trouble with issues of eating-starving or overeating, for example-even as an adult; these problems will be likely to carryover more generally, producing an individual who seems "never to get enough" or who always feels empty.
Barriers Between Women by Paula J. Caplan Ph.D (auth.)
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