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Based on research by the Harvard Project on Women's Psychology and Girls' Development, Mother Daughter Revolution explores the mother-daughter relationship, and how it can be the basis for preserving young girls' natural strengths and self-esteem through the crisis of acculturation into traditional "good girl" behavior norms. The authors, through provocative anecdotes, suggestions, and the voices of girls and women throughout North America, demonstrate the profound impact mothers can have on their daughters' confidence, and the sustenance girls gain from strong relationships with their mothers. Including revealing personal stories of their own experiences as daughters and mothers, Debold, Wilson, and Malave' define a new alliance of mothers and daughters-a joining that can be a powerful catalyst for change. 400 pp.
"Disturbing as well as empowering-a blueprint for a social
Table of Contents:
Introduction • One: Unnecessary Losses: The Crossroads; From Power to Betrayal; Stories We Live By • Two: Lessons in Resistance: Reclaiming; Voice Lessons; Joining; The Power of Desire; Body Language • Three: A Revolution of Mothers: Intimate Allies; From Betrayal to Power • Notes • Resources • Index • Acknowledgments