Replacement Children

James Hanna's stories make reading dangerous again.  WINNER of Distinguished Favorite Award


Replacement Children: The Unconscious Script explains why children born after the death of a sibling or after a family trauma are unconsciously treated differently and discusses the consequences. Authors Rita Battat Silverman and Abigail Brenner, MD share stories from replacement children and follow up with clinical facts. Foreword by Katie Couric.


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ISBN: 9781937818296 $18.95

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