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Fragmented families : patterns of estrangement and reconciliation

Author: Ellen B Sucov
Publisher: Jerusalem : Southern Hills Press, ©2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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"The purpose of the book Fragmented Families is to clarify the phenomenon of estrangement between family members. The book focuses on the meanings and process of alienation, its outcomes and possible paths toward resolution. The reader is encouraged to recognize that estrangement, with all its frustration and pain, may offer new opportunities for self-understanding. The task of exploring one?s family, examining its  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ellen B Sucov
ISBN: 1933882018 9781933882017
OCLC Number: 76064217
Description: xix, 332 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: The multiple dimensions of family --
Family assests and vulnerabilities --
Sources of ultimate values --
Images of family conflict in secular literature --
My family-estrangement and reconciliation in retrospect --
Five families, still estranged after all these years --
Inheritance feuds-is money the root? --
Four families find solutions --
Attributes of reconciliation --
Strategies to explore and resolve conflict.
Responsibility: Ellen B. Sucov.

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"The purpose of the book Fragmented Families is to clarify the phenomenon of estrangement between family members. The book focuses on the meanings and process of alienation, its outcomes and possible paths toward resolution. The reader is encouraged to recognize that estrangement, with all its frustration and pain, may offer new opportunities for self-understanding. The task of exploring one?s family, examining its fragmented parts and clarifying one?s own role as a family member is a crucial step in personal development, whether or not the effort leads to reconciliation. Fragmented Families is intended for a general readership. It will also be a relevant resource for psychologists, physicians, lawyers, social workers and clergy."--Publisher's website.

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