Personal, Marital, and Family Myths
Integrating theories of individual development and family systems as well as behavioral and psychodynamic approaches, the authors reveal how myths enable individuals, couples, and families to cognitively organize their conscious and unconscious experiences in ways that provide self-definition and explanations for current relationships. In addition, myths offer a link to the broader culture and ultimately to the universals of human experience.
Status: 1 in stock
Number of Pages: 321
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
DC#: 616.89 B
1 in stock