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Det selvudslettende barn (1979)

af Alice Miller

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The bestselling book on childhood trauma and the enduring effects of repressed anger and pain Why are many of the most successful people plagued by feelings of emptiness and alienation? This wise and profound book has provided millions of readers with an answer--and has helped them to apply it to their own lives. Far too many of us had to learn as children to hide our own feelings, needs, and memories skillfully in order to meet our parents' expectations and win their "love." Alice Miller writes, "When I used the word 'gifted' in the title, I had in mind neither children who receive high grades in school nor children talented in a special way. I simply meant all of us who have survived an abusive childhood thanks to an ability to adapt even to unspeakable cruelty by becoming numb.... Without this 'gift' offered us by nature, we would not have survived." But merely surviving is not enough. The Drama of the Gifted Child helps us to reclaim our life by discovering our own crucial needs and our own truth.… (mere)

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Alice Miller gives the impression that she believes every child has been abused. Maybe so. I found this book confusing at times, such as when she connects war and child abuse without explanation. It also seems somewhat dated, in that she describes therapists who are unwilling to talk about childhood, whereas today that seems one of the most common topics. But the most frustrating part is that she continually refers to a four-step method that she does not explain until the last few pages of the book. ( )
  stephkaye | Dec 14, 2020 |
"El fuerte que conoce su debilidad porque la ha vivido no necesita hacer demostraciones de fuerza mediante el desprecio".

En un momento importante y de revisión en mi vida cayó este libro, recomendado. Más allá de su brevedad, repasa con detalles y de forma bien especializada cómo los padres trazan el camino de sus hijos con las cosas que hacen (y que no), repercutiendo fuertemente y sin medir consecuencias sobre el adulto que será. Como mi caso.

Con ejemplos, en fácil (más allá de su lenguaje técnico) y de forma amena, Miller se hace cargo de explicar un proceso vital que se mira con cada vez más importancia en la conformación del carácter humano. Un libro que, especialmente por mi contexto personal, me voló la cabeza. ( )
  JoseContrerasC | Jun 10, 2020 |
I feel like Alice Miller makes a very strong case for her theses and for the most part I am convinced. The only criticism I have is, that she uses her theory so broadly at some points, that it seems to render large parts of psychological research on depression, aggression etc. obsolete. The human psyche is more complex than what she makes it to look like, is what I'm trying to say. But please don't be put off by my critique, it is a compelling read and her focus on the early child-parent-relationship and it's effects on child development is really eye-opening. ( )
  MyBookshelf2 | Apr 10, 2020 |
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  chilbird | Jul 19, 2019 |
I think this goes too far in support of repressed memories and gender stereotypes, but the core insights seem good. ( )
  jen.e.moore | Nov 1, 2018 |
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The bestselling book on childhood trauma and the enduring effects of repressed anger and pain Why are many of the most successful people plagued by feelings of emptiness and alienation? This wise and profound book has provided millions of readers with an answer--and has helped them to apply it to their own lives. Far too many of us had to learn as children to hide our own feelings, needs, and memories skillfully in order to meet our parents' expectations and win their "love." Alice Miller writes, "When I used the word 'gifted' in the title, I had in mind neither children who receive high grades in school nor children talented in a special way. I simply meant all of us who have survived an abusive childhood thanks to an ability to adapt even to unspeakable cruelty by becoming numb.... Without this 'gift' offered us by nature, we would not have survived." But merely surviving is not enough. The Drama of the Gifted Child helps us to reclaim our life by discovering our own crucial needs and our own truth.

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