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Banished Knowledge: Facing Childhood Injuries (1988)

af Alice Miller

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For many years Alice Miller has sought to eliminate her own repression. Having rejected her long involvement with psychoanalysis as a theory that obscures the truth, even revising her bestselling book THE DRAMA OF BEING A CHILD, she searched for, and found, a therapy that would help her resolve the consequences of her own childhood traumas. She believes that we can all, given sufficient motivation and instructions, follow her path: feel, and free, the banished and injured child within us and, by letting that child speak, condemn the abuse and achieve liberation. It is her profound conviction that only then can we give our children the love, trust, protection and openness they need to become liberated and contented adults.… (mere)
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Alice Miller should be required reading for the entire human species.

This book is fantastic, but not the place to start. Drama of the Gifted Child, For Your Own Good, and Thou Shalt Not be Aware are all better launching points into her work.

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[Vantage Point 1990] Almost ten years have passed since my first three books were published: The Drama of the Girted Child, For Your Own Good, and Thou Shalt Not Be Aware.
[Preface] Unlike animals, which generally become self-reliant shortly after birth, the human infant remains dependent on others for a very long time.
There are many examples of how the repression of our suffering destroys our empathy for the suffering of others.
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For many years Alice Miller has sought to eliminate her own repression. Having rejected her long involvement with psychoanalysis as a theory that obscures the truth, even revising her bestselling book THE DRAMA OF BEING A CHILD, she searched for, and found, a therapy that would help her resolve the consequences of her own childhood traumas. She believes that we can all, given sufficient motivation and instructions, follow her path: feel, and free, the banished and injured child within us and, by letting that child speak, condemn the abuse and achieve liberation. It is her profound conviction that only then can we give our children the love, trust, protection and openness they need to become liberated and contented adults.

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