My sister Annie must have had a stormy childhood because of the exciting psychoanalytic insights to which her parents were exposed. I can but report she nevertheless celebrated her eightieth birthday as grandmother of five.
Author: Herbert S Strean
This fascinating book features the writings from therapists’children--ranging in age from seven to over eighty--as they explore how they feel about their parents and themselves. Observe the emotional health of analysts’children, whether they are more mature than children whose parents are in other professions, what their unique difficulties and strengths are, and how they relate to the people around them.