Intergenerational effects of the Holocaust: patterns of engagement in the mother-daughter relationship.

@article{Halik1990IntergenerationalEO,
  title={Intergenerational effects of the Holocaust: patterns of engagement in the mother-daughter relationship.},
  author={V Halik and Doreen Anne Rosenthal and Philippa Pattison},
  journal={Family process},
  year={1990},
  volume={29 3},
  pages={325-39}
}
The present study explored the quality of engagement between mothers and adult daughters. Daughters of Holocaust survivors, European immigrants, and nonimmigrants were compared on mothers' protectiveness and care during their daughters' first 16 years, and on daughters' individuation from the family of origin. The survivor group perceived themselves as less individuated from both their parents than the other two groups. However, daughters in the three groups reported feeling equally intimate… CONTINUE READING

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