The Genogram Journey - Reconnecting with Your Family (Anglais) Broché – 13 mai 2011
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4. Family Ties and Binds
5. Death and Other Losses
6. Where Do We Come From? Parents and Children
7. Brothers and Sisters
8. Couple Relationships
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Now it's the negative part. One big problem I have to complain is neither about the content nor the author, but about the typeface of the book!! The size of the typeface is so small that I can hardly read. It's only about 1/2 size of average "readable" typeface in other books. I don't know why the publishers made this awful decision to reduce the typeface size. I understand that they want to save money (and the trees), but it shouldn't be done at the expense of readers' health of eyesight. This one weakness makes reading this book very painful for me. I hope this problem can be fixed in later revision.
Monica McGoldrick believes that our family is "the most important emotional system to which most of use ever belong." In this book she explains how to look at your family in new ways. To explain how you can learn from your own family's experiences she explains the lives of famious people like Mohandas Gandhi and Queen Victoria. You can easily get lost in these stories for hours at a time. After reading this book you may think about your family differently and see everything in a new light. I can recommend this book to anyone who loves studying their family's history.
~The Rebecca Review