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(p. 310) The Legacy of Loss: Depression As a Family Affair 

(p. 310) The Legacy of Loss: Depression As a Family Affair
(p. 310) The Legacy of Loss: Depression As a Family Affair

Carolyn Zahn-Waxler

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date: 14 April 2021

Chapter 14 presents a multigenerational account of the contributor’s family, featuring her mother’s descent into severe, agitated depression and her father’s drinking and poor coping. In its early stages, the chapter provides vivid histories of the parents; as the narrative emerges, the contributor deals directly with the effects of such behavior patterns on her own personal and career development.

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