The Father: Mythology and Changing Roles examines the changing role of the father in today's family and explores the impact of fatherhood on a man's life. Our incomplete mythology assigns earth to women through the earth mother and sky to men through the sky father. The colmans contrast this with mythologies, among them the Egyptian, which allow four, not two. Men then regain their natural link to earth and women to sky and spirit. This is a valuable book. -Robert Bly, Poet, , Table of Contents, , Introduction: Images of Parents, , Archetypes of the Father, , Father the Creator, , Earth Father, , Sky Father, , Royal Father, , Dyadic Father, , Images of the Sky Father through the Life Cycle, , The Early Father-Child Relationship Idealization, , Coming of Age: Alienation and Ambivalence, , Reconciliation, , The Nontraditional Father, , Men as Earth Parents, , In the Beginning, , Earth Fathering, , Implications for the CHildren, , Arthur D. Colman, M.D., is an analyst, and member of the leaching faculty of the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, and Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of California Medical Center, San Francisco. He has a private practice in Sausalito and is a frequent lecturer on the father and archetypes in male development, , Libby Lee Colman, Ph.D., Is an adjunct faculty member at the California School of Professional Psychology In Berkeley. She coauthored, With Elisabeth Bing, Making Love During Pregnancy and Having a Baby after 30. She is currently in practice with her husband in Sausalito., , In addition to this book, the Colmans have together written Pregnancy, The Psychological Experience and love and Ecstasy.
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