How to Manage Your Mother: Understanding the Most Difficult, Complicated, and Fascinating Relationship in Your Life (Us)
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Verlag: ReganBooks, New York, New York, U.S.A.
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Does your mother drive you crazy?
Does she interfere in your love life?
Does she criticize your choice in friends?
Does she question every decision you make?
Does she manipulate you or make you feel guilty?
Does she fault your parenting skills?
Does she give too much "well-meaning advice?
Does she have something to say about the way you dress, act, talk, walk, cook, drive, think, feel, and breathe?It's time to manage your mother.
Whether or not we get along with our mothers, their presence affects everything we do. From our earliest memories in their arms, through the rough and tumble of childhood and the roller coaster of adolescence and into adulthood, no relationship is more critical.
But no matter how mature or successful we may be in our adult lives, with one word our mothers can somehow send us scurrying back to childhood. The challenge is for mothers and adult children to set aside their earlier relationship and begin to talk to each other as one adult to another.
In the international bestseller How to Manage Your Mother, noted psychotherapists Alyce Faye Cleese and Brian Bates use dozens of moving, revealing stories from their patients and from celebrities -including Colin Powell, Helena Bonham Carter, Mia Farrow, and Lauren Hutton, among many others--to show that it is possible to improve your relationship with your mother or at the very least begin to understand it. They help you to step back and see your mother as a real person with a real past-and with secrets that affect her life today This warm, often funny book includes a practical ten-step plan and questionnaire to help you get on track with your mother. You'll be able to address specific issues between you and develop insights that will better your relationship. You'll never think about your mother in the same way again!About the Author:
Alyce Faye Eichelberger Cleese is a well-known psychotherapist with degrees and training from Oklahoma State, Baylor, and London universities. She has treated adolescents at the Tavistock Clinic and works with a wide range of adult patients at her private practice in London. She is married to the actor John Cleese and they live in London and Santa Barbara, California.
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