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HQ755.85.A67 2004
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TITLE: You donít really know me : why mothers & daughters fight and how both can win / Terri Apter.
AUTHOR: Apter, T. E.
PUBLISHED: New York : W. W. Norton, c2004.
DESCRIPTION: viii, 280 p. ; 22 cm.
EDITION: 1st ed.
NOTES: Includes bibliographical references (p. 265-269) and index.
NOTES: The mother/daughter plot -- "Youíre not listening!" : the battle for recognition -- "Let me live my own life!" : why teenage girls are insulted by parental concern -- "She can pick an argument out of thin air!" : what lies behind teenage irritability -- Power struggle : the choreography of status -- Learning to fight : friendship and conflict -- Portraits of mother/daughter meltdown -- My mother, my father : two different relationships -- "Iím too fat!" : the ambiguity of physical growth -- "I know that already!" : sex talk -- "So thatís how you feel!" : how conflict can lead to closeness -- The life-long dialogue.
SUBJECT: Mothers and daughters --Psychology.

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