Hunger Versus Love

Hunger Versus LoveSubtitle: A Perspective on Parent-Child Relations. In this program, Dr. Robert Firestone clarifies the distinction between parental behavior that leads to an anxious attachment in children and behavior that promotes a secure attachment. Participants in a parenting discussion group explore the destructive effects of emotional hunger, both from a perspective of their own childhood experiences and in present-day interactions with their children. A positive change in attitude is evident as these parents come to understand the sources of their compulsion to live their lives through their children and their tendencies to overprotect them and intrude on their boundaries

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