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Author: Gilbert W. Kliman,Albert Rosenfeld
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Title: Responsible Parenthood: The Child's Psyche Through the Six-Year Pregnancy
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Publisher: Owl Books (June 1, 1980)
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Responsible Parenthood: The Child's Psyche Through the Six-Year Pregnancy by Gilbert W. Kliman,Albert Rosenfeld



Responsible Parenthood. by Gilbert W. Kliman. Gilbert W. Kliman, Albert Rosenfeld.

by Kliman, Gilbert; Rosenfeld, Albert, joint author.

GILBERT W. Home All Categories Responsible Parenthood: The Child's Psyche Through the Six-Year Pregnancy. ISBN13: 9780030635373. Responsible Parenthood. Kliman and Albert Rosenfeld.

Harris wrote about Responsible Parenthood: "There are great truths in the following quotation from the preface of Responsible Parenthood, a book by Gilbert W. Kliman and Arthur Rosenfeld: The book became emphatically addressed not only to parents and would-be parents, but also to non-parents. It makes a real difference to you whether my child turns out to be, say, a dedicated teacher or a narcotics peddler. If my child is retarded or delinquent, you-without having any vote in the matter-help foot the bill or could be one of his or her victims

Responsible Parenthood: The Child's Psyche Through the Six-Year Pregnancy: ISBN 9780030635373 (978-0-03-063537-3) Softcover, Owl Books, 1980. Founded in 1997, BookFinder

the child's psyche through the six-year pregnancy. 1st ed. Published 1980 by Holt, Rinehart and Winston in New York. Bibliography: p. -334.

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Responsible Parenthood: The Child’s Psyche Through the Six-Year Pregnancy, Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, New York, 1980. Death: Some Implications in Child Development and Child Analysis, in Advances in Thanatology, Vol. 4, No. 2, Arno Press, New York, 1980. J. Preventive Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines 4:1, 1990 Human Sciences Press, NYC. My Flood Story-a Guided Activity Workbook for Children, Families and Teachers, co-authored with Edward Oklan, . Family Development Press, 1010 Sir Francis Drake Blvd, Kentfield, CA 94960. Use of a Personal Life History Book in the Treatment of Foster Children–An Attempt to Enhance Stability of Foster Care Placements. Kliman G and Zelman A. (1996). Chapter in Zelman A (ed).

The child's first eight-ten months are dubbed the neo-phase; if all goes well, trust, love, confidence, and competence begin now, but withdrawal, depression, hopelessness, or helplessness may result if parents are inconsistent, distant, or harsh. Separation and individuation are the hallmarks of the next stage; ""symbiosis"" with a primary caregiver (preferably the mother or father) is seen as necessary now to prevent the crippled capacity to love later in life, as is movement through various sub-phases-early practicing, object constancy, rapprochement, for example  .

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GILBERT W. KLIMAN M.D. AND ALBERT ROSENFELD
Reviews: 3
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This is one of the best books available on the first 6 years of life. It includes the major child research, which is still current, and has excellent advice for parents. I have given the book to many parents to use with their young children. Dr. Kliman is a world-renowned resource on early childhood. For the parent who really wants to know the ins and outs of what the child's developmental phases comrprise, and what parents can do to help each kid in that phase, this book excellent.
Jerome S Blackman, MD
Professor Psychiatry, Eastern Virginia Medical School
Supervising and Training Analyst, Contemporary Freudian Society, Washington, DC
Sat
This book continues to offer relevant and excellent insight and guidance. It was cited in the book, Children in Jeopardy: Can We Break the Cycle of Poverty? by Irving B. Harris, Foreword by Donald J. Cohen, MD, (1996) New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. Harris wrote about Responsible Parenthood: “There are great truths in the following quotation from the preface of Responsible Parenthood, a book by Gilbert W. Kliman and Arthur Rosenfeld: The book became emphatically addressed not only to parents and would-be parents, but also to non-parents. It makes a real difference to you whether my child turns out to be, say, a dedicated teacher or a narcotics peddler. If my child is retarded or delinquent, you—without having any vote in the matter—help foot the bill or could be one of his or her victims. All children are everyone’s children, or should be; and all adults, in addition to being specific rearers of their own biological offspring (or those they choose to adopt) are in a real sense surrogate parents for all children.”
Crazy
This book is a Must for parents to be or parents of newborn babies. A healthcare professional recommended this book tome when I asked him for a book to give to my pregnant daughter to help guide her. I think that the only reason this book never became a best seller is that you need a high school diploma to read it