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Daughters of madness: growing up and older with a mentally ill mother

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2007.
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Practitioner Nathiel lets her interviewees largely speak for themselves as they recount their horrific stories and the challenges they face. She notes that even though stigma has been reduced, the daughters experienced their trauma at a time when to have schizophrenia or bipolar disease in the family was socially unacceptable. She follows the effects of maternal mental illness from early childhood ("Am I bad?") to middle childhood ("Who am I?"), and from the adolescent years to young adulthood and the fear of perpetuating illness in the daughters' own families. Nathiel includes the effects on fathers and other siblings as well as areas for further research. This is strong stuff, and frequently riveting. Annotation ©2007 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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table_of_contents About the series editor and advisers., Acknowledgments --, Adolescence --, Adulthood --, Afterthoughts --, Am I bad? --, Appendix : short biographies of women interviewed --, Beginning her own family --, Daughters go out into the world --, Early childhood --, Early exits --, Elderly mothers --, Explanations --, Fallout and resilience --, Fallout for siblings --, Fathers and siblings --, Foreword --, Getting along, or not -, Going out into the world --, Hospitals and psychiatric treatment --, Index --, Introduction --, Keeping family secrets --, Keeping secrets --, Making the best of things --, Middle childhood --, Mom and me --, Mom at home --, Mom goes to the hospital --, Mom in public --, Mom in the hospital --, More fallout --, Mother's role in our "self" development --, Mothers as grandmothers --, Mothers' lives, continued --, Notes --, Psychiatric treatment and hospitals --, Psychological fallout --, Reflections --, Reflections about fathers --, Resilience --, Rites of passage --, Shame and secrets --, Some final reflections on mothers' lives --, Something's wrong with Mom --, Staying connected with home --, Suicide threats and more --, What do we need to learn? --, What to think? What to feel? --, What's real? --, When Mom is mean, or just doesn't care --, Who am I? --, Why doesn't anybody help? --, Young adulthood --, best and worst of being a "daughter of madness" --, research : bonds and brains --
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