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Ultimate betrayal : the enabling mother, incest and sexual abuse

Author: Audrey Ricker
Publisher: Tucson, AZ. : See Sharp Press, 2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This pioneering self-help book take s a close look at an area that has been ignored or downplayed by other books on incest and childhood sexual abuse: The role of the nonperpetrating parent. different from previous books, The Ultimate Betrayal treats the enabling mother not as a victim, but as an adult responsible for her failure to protect her child. The Ultimate Betrayal illustrates its analysis with 25 detailed  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Audrey Ricker
ISBN: 188436540X 9781884365409
OCLC Number: 72444727
Notes: Includes appendix.
Description: ix, 186 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction / Katherine Trimm --
A therapist's comment / Ophelia Zamora --
An attorney's comment / Sue Supp, Atty, at law --
Preface --
A survivor's poem --
pt. I. Childhood trauma --
How your mother treated you --
The enabling mother's matriarchal status --
The mother's control of the survivor's feelings --
The survivor's loyalty to the mother --
The mother's destruction of the survivor's self-esteem --
The mother's emotional alienation of the survivor --
The mother's scapegoating of the survivor --
Resilience of the enabling mother --
The enabling mother's self-image as a good parent --
The survivor's relationship to the perpetrator's new wives and girlfriends --
Feeling better --
pt. II. Late adolescent and adult trauma --
The mother's role in late adolescent and adult sexual trauma --
Lessons from case histories --
Are you still suffering from your sexual assault? --
pt. III. Present and future --
Are you living with rape and incest? --
Multiple personalities --
Acting out --
When the victim becomes a perpetrator --
Guilty pleasures : When something bad feels good.
Responsibility: Audrey Ricker, PhD.

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This pioneering self-help book take s a close look at an area that has been ignored or downplayed by other books on incest and childhood sexual abuse: The role of the nonperpetrating parent. different from previous books, The Ultimate Betrayal treats the enabling mother not as a victim, but as an adult responsible for her failure to protect her child. The Ultimate Betrayal illustrates its analysis with 25 detailed case histories, and it provides a myriad of self-help exercises to help survivors begin to reclaim their lives.

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