By Dinora Pines
Drawing on Dinora Pines’ life of scientific adventure this vintage publication presents a psychoanalytic knowing of women’s relationships with their our bodies, targeting key moments in women’s lives.
With chapters organised to persist with the feminine life-cycle, issues coated include:
- the turbulence of early life
- pregnancy and childbirth
- infertility and abortion
- menopause and previous age
- the stressful results of surviving the Holocaust.
With a foreword from Susie Orbach, this publication could be of curiosity to psychological health and wellbeing pros together with counsellors, psychotherapists and psychoanalysts.
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A Woman's Unconscious Use of Her Body: A Psychoanalytical Perspective by Dinora Pines