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e-Book Incest, Work and Women: Understanding the Consequences of Incest on Women's Careers, Work and Dreams download

e-Book Incest, Work and Women: Understanding the Consequences of Incest on Women's Careers, Work and Dreams download

by Lesliebeth Berger

ISBN: 0398068836
ISBN13: 978-0398068837
Language: English
Publisher: Charles C Thomas Pub Ltd (September 1, 1998)
Pages: 219
Category: Medicine and Health Sciences
Subategory: Other

ePub size: 1298 kb
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Rating: 4.3
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Incest, Work and Women: . .has been added to your Cart. Beautifully written and a great help in understanding the child abuse effects on woman.

Incest, Work and Women: . The book is clearly written and it details several types of work and career styles. As an executive, what was very helpful to me was applying my new knowledge of these styles to my hiring and training of employees.

In the introduction to her book Incest, Work and Women, Dr. LeslieBeth Berger states, "Thanks to. LeslieBeth Berger states, "Thanks to the media's initial attention to incest, most of us are now familiar with the concepts of recovered memories, dissociative (multiple) personality and the feelings of inner damage and shame that many incest survivors carry with them. What has been overlooked is the impact of incest on a person's work and career. It seems Dr. Berger is right, as the general body of knowledge regarding the effects of incest has not specifically addressed this significant issue

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Every single woman prefers to work as they have the capability to balance both the work and family. So for such a thing, a woman has to earn and understand the responsibilities of her family. It is now very rare that a girl does not prefer to work and chooses to remain at home as a housewife. Working Mother Quotes from Most Powerful Women in the World. Keeping aside the disadvantages of being a working mother, one should be positive and strive to see the advantages it offers a family. A working mother should feel proud of herself as she has the power to give best to her family at the same time not forgetting her responsibilities.

To help you understand the aftereffects of incest, I could not write about incest alone. A nonclinical population of college women was surveyed concerning their history of childhood sexual experience, current symptoms, and demographic background. I have had to deal with relationships, social rules, and the gender role training of women and men. My book unveils a consistent pattern of emotional and behavioral aftereffects, evidence that incest has more complex and far-reaching consequences than other works have recognized. I call this pattern Post-Incest Syndrome. Post-Incest Syndrome profiles survivors' life issues, a response and a struggle.

Dr. Wish earned her Doctorate in Adult Developmental Psychology from the University of t. She also earned a masters degree in Clinical Social Work and Management from Bryn Mawr College, and a masters degree in English Literature from Ohio University. Her three-year post-graduate training in Family and Marital Systems is from Georgetown University’s Family Center, under the esteemed Dr. Murray Bowen.

understanding the consequences of incest on women's careers, work, and dreams. Published 1998 by Charles C. Thomas Publisher in Springfield, Ill. Abused women, Adult child sexual abuse victims, Attitudes, Career development, Employment, Incest victims, Psychology, Rehabilitation, Women.

The idea of this book began over ten years ago in response to the heartfelt requests of women incest survivors who asked the author to help them and others understand the consequences of incest on work and career development. Saved in: Main Author: Berger, LeslieBeth. Other Authors: EBSCO Publishing (Firm).

Based on interviews with 100 women, half of whom were incest survivors and half of whom were not, this study analyses how the experience of incest affects work and career difficulties in later life and discusses strategies to overcome those difficulties. Topics include the formation of a victimized and traumatized self; the influence of the family; six major work trends; on-the-job difficulties; and incest survivor's myths and fears about work, careers, and success. Paper edition (unseen), $35.95. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Kefrannan
I have been a Human Resource executive for many years, and I took the workshop to help managers identify and help troubled workers. Many of the employees in my dept. were women, and I was noticing a pattern of problems such as chronic lateness, oversensitivity to criticism, inability to socialize in the office and frequent use of personal and sick days. Until I took the training from Dr. LeslieBeth Berger (she uses her married last name now-LeslieBeth Wish), I had no idea these symptoms were common markers of typical problems of women with a history of childhood abuse. After the workshop, I posted a summary of the book and workshop materials and offered my employees a chance to request more information anonymously. I was shocked at the number of requests.

The book is clearly written and it details several types of work and career styles. As an executive, what was very helpful to me was applying my new knowledge of these styles to my hiring and training of employees. Some of the styles that were most useful to me are the Dabblers, at one end of the scale, who job-hop frequently and have low tolerance for stress; the drones, in the middle of the scale, who are reliable but have trouble with change; and the drivers, at the far end of the scale, who are so driven to achieve that they can't tolerate making mistakes.

I found these styles fit many of the department's employees. Understanding their needs and fears allowed me to interview, hire, delegate and supervise more wisely. Dr. Berger (Wish) is a strong, empowering educator who genuinely cares. I found her book extremely helpful, and the female employees benefited from the book tremendously. I give it five stars. She mentioned she is doing research now for her next book on highly successful women and their relationships. I checked out her website at [...] and that was useful too.

Nightscar
As a Corporate Trainer for the past 10 years, I stumbled upon this book and found it really helped me deal with some problems of the women I was training who had a background of child abuse.
The booked was passed around so many times between them, they all said it was an amazing help to them.
Beautifully written and a great help in understanding the child abuse effects on woman.

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