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Kim, H. (2008). Where Do We Fall When We Fall in Love?, by Elisabeth Young-Bruehl. Other Press, New York, 2003, 339 pp., $40.00.. J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 36(3):588-592.

(2008). Journal of American Academy of Psychoanalysis, 36(3):588-592

Where Do We Fall When We Fall in Love?, by Elisabeth Young-Bruehl. Other Press, New York, 2003, 339 pp., $40.00.

Review by:
Hae Kim, M.D.

Edited by:
César A. Alfonso, M.D.

This collection of 13 psychoanalytic essays grouped under the title of Where Do We Fall When We Fall in Love focuses mainly on the subject of ego development and its ideal manifestation in both men and women. The author explores the themes of narcissism, hereditary determinants, gender issues, and the past and future of feminist movements, as these relate to the overall topic. She also devotes six chapters (essays) to what she calls “Cherishment Psychology.”

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