Includes bibliographical references (p. 257-276) and index.
A narrative approach to bridging the gap between clinical case studies and empirical research on children of Holocaust survivors -- Studying relationship narratives with the core conflictual relationship theme method -- Wishes for closeness and autonomy -- The need to protect vulnerable parents and to avoid conflicts -- "Without words": themes of interpersonal communication -- Anger -- Guilt, shame, and embarrassment -- Anxiety and helplessness -- Loneliness -- Joy and pride -- The second generation's experience of parenting their adolescent children -- Growing up to the music of knowing-not knowing: reflections and clinical implications.
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