|PDF Title :||When The Body Says No: cost of hidden stress|
|Total Page :||308 Pages|
|Author:||Gabor (M.D.) Mate|
|PDF Size :||1.4 MB|
|PDF Link :||Available|
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When The Body Says No: cost of hidden stress
Frequently an adult’s recollections of life in her family of origin fail to take into account the hidden price the child had to pay for the parent’s approval and acceptance. Pamela Wallin, the Canadian journalist diagnosed in 2001 with bowel cancer, provides a prime illustration of this in her memoir Since You Asked.
We see in her writing the split between the adult’s recollections and the child’s emotional reality. She cautions the reader early, “I’m warning you now. What follows may read like a travelogue for a town or a paid advertisement for the family, but as far as I am concerned, it’s the truth. I feel I had a close-to-perfect childhood.” It is impossible to reconcile that idealized view with some of the scenes Ms. Wallin (currently Canadian high commissioner in New York) candidly describes.
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