Quotations From BRUNO BETTELHEIM
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From a child's play, we can gain understanding of how he sees and construes the worldwhat he would like it to be, what his concerns are, what problems are besetting him.Bruno Bettelheim (20th century), Austrian-born child psychologist. A Good Enough Parent, ch. 14 (1987).
The fear of failure is so great, it is no wonder that the desire to do right by one's children has led to a whole library of books offering advice on how to raise them.Bruno Bettelheim (20th century), Austrian-U.S. child psychologist. A Good Enough Parent, ch. 2 (1987).
Raising children is a creative endeavor, an art rather than a science.Bruno Bettelheim (20th century), Austrian-U.S. child psychologist. A Good Enough Parent, ch. 1 (1987).
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Not only is our love for our children sometimes tinged with annoyance, discouragement, and disappointment, the same is true for the love our children feel for us.Bruno Bettelheim (20th century), Austrian-born child psychologist. A Good Enough Parent, ch. 2 (1987).
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