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Mother's Dysfunctional Attitude

Askari:Mother's Dysfunctional Attitude
Autor: Linah Askari
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Artikelnummer: 680491
ISBN / EAN: 9783659332715

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  • Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
  • ISBN / EAN: 9783659332715
  • Bindung: Taschenbuch

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Through centuries, mother tries to raise all her children, within her capacity, utilizing her complete efforts, equally for all of them. Is it due to circumstances , people within her environment, or 'lack of knowledge to efficiently raise her children , that she develops negative / dysfunctional attitudes towards her children. This book proposes that mother s dysfunctional attitude and emotional or depressive symptoms of adult children are positively related to each other. Do these dysfunctional attitudes provide hurt and sufferings in their personal, family and professional lives? And in turn does the mother also experience in continuation with the results of what she has inculcated through her attitudes within her children? Does a mother expect to possess her children all over their ages from infancy to adulthood and beyond? Is she communicating the negative expectations of failure and mistrust towards her children? Is she comparing her children negatively with their father s misbehavior? Are these her main dysfunctional attitudes? Through this book, Parents and Teachers would try to understand their children and adapt positive attitude to enable their children towards success.

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