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Women Who Hurt Themselves

A Book of Hope and Understanding

by Dusty Miller

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  • 8 Currently reading

Published by Basic Books .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages280
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7594189M
ISBN 100465092195
ISBN 109780465092192
OCLC/WorldCa231895535


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Here at last is a book that provides help for the thousands of women who secretly inflict violence on themselves. Filled with moving stories, this powerful and compassionate book is the first to focus on women who harm themselves through self-mutilation, compulsive cosmetic surgeries, eating disorders, and other forms of chronic injury to the by: A new perspective on why women with eating disorders, compulsions, obsessions, and self abuse disorders act out in self-harmful ways.

In order to understand these women, it is necessary, says the author, to understand TRS, or Trauma Reenactment Syndrome. All of the women in this book were subconsciously reenacting experienced trauma in childhood/5(11). Dusty Miller is an author and therapist whose gentle spirit and powerul voice are providing a generation of women survivors with a safe and protective presence in their therapy and recovery.

This book serves as a role model for clinicians trying to help clients on their sojourn from pain and hurt to truth and healing/5(11). This was not a book about women who hurt themselves in general, but specifically a book about women who hurt themselves due to what the author calls "Trauma Reenactment Syndrome" (TRS).

While this may certainly be a real phenomenon -- that some adult women hurt themselves after being abused or neglected in childhood -- it by no means can account for all /5. Women Who Hurt Themselves: A Book Of Hope And Understanding by Ed.D. Dusty Miller () [Ed.D.

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Dusty Millers eye-opening book revealed the truth about a syndrome that has plagued millionsand continues to do so today, endangering ever-younger lives. Filled with moving stories, this powerful and compassionate book is the first to focus on women who harm themselves through self-mutilation, compulsive cosmetic surgeries, eating disorders, and other forms of chronic injury to the body.

WOMEN WHO HURT THEMSELVES: A Book of Hope and Understanding User Review - Kirkus. Women Who Hurt Themselves explores the suffering of women who reenact childhood trauma, particularly abuse or neglect, through self-destructive behavior.

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Miller calls her theory Traumatic Reenactment Syndrome (TRS). Her definition of TRS behaviors include eating disorders, cutting, burning, sexual acting out, substance abuse, and any hurtful behaviors that may be metaphors for.

Women Who Hurt Themselves: A Book Of Hope And Understanding: Dusty Miller: Books - 3/5(1). There is a very personal language used by those who hurt or abuse themselves. It involves grief and rage, and it is usually related to the abuse they experienced earlier in their lives.

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Women traumatized in childhood hurt themselves more often than men do because men are socialized to act aggressively and fight back, notes psychologist Miller, who is director of Clinical Mentoring at Antioch/New England Graduate School.

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A new perspective on why women with eating disorders, compulsions, obsessions, and self abuse disorders act out in self-harmful ways. In order to understand these women, it is necessary, says the author, to understand TRS, or Trauma Reenactment Syndrome. All of the women in this book were subconsciously reenacting experienced trauma in by: Women who hurt themselves: a book of hope and understanding.

[Dusty Miller] -- Many books have described victims of rape and battering, but scant attention has been paid to another form of harm increasingly common among women.

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Women Who Hurt Themselves explores the suffering of women who reenact childhood trauma, particularly abuse or neglect, through self-destructive behavior.

Miller is a therapist who has treated hundreds of women with this condition (which she labels Trauma Reenactment Syndrome, or TRS) and whose behaviors include self-mutilation. Get this from a library. Women who hurt themselves: a book of hope and understanding.

[Dusty Miller] -- "Filled with moving stories, this book was the first to focus on women who harm themselves through self-mutilation, compulsive cosmetic surgeries, eating disorders, and other forms of chronic injury.

"Filled with moving stories, this book was the first to focus on women who harm themselves through self-mutilation, compulsive cosmetic surgeries, eating disorders, and other forms of chronic injury to the body." "In the decade since Women Who Hurt Themselves was first published, new studies and clinical accounts have supported Miller's perspective.

In an. Book review; “Women Who Hurt Themselves” by Miller D., Basic Books Article (PDF Available) in Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry Author: Warwick Middleton. Everything You Need to Know about Self-Mutilation: A Helping Book for Teens Who Hurt Themselves by Gina Ng () The Luckiest Girl in the World by Steven Levenkron (), pp.

- A bright and attractive figure-skating star, Katie. Women Who Hurt Themselves Author: Dusty Miller Product Details: ISBN: Format: Paperback Pages: Dims (mm): x Pub Date: Pub Country: United States Condition: NEW Description: For years, the harm that some women do to themselves was ignored and silenced, both in psychological literature and in homes and hospitals.

Self-harm as violence. Self-harm, known also as self-injury, self-poisoning, self-mutilation and parasuicide, is not easy to define. The WHO defines it as ‘an act with non-fatal outcome, in which an individual deliberately initiates a non-habitual behaviour that, without intervention from others, will cause self-harm, or deliberately ingests a substance in excess of the prescribed or Cited by: 1.

In gathering data for our new book, The Tender Cut (NYU Press), we realized that most of the literature on self-injury suggested that women are more. Female Betrayal: 3 Reasons Women Hurt Other Women. 11/11/ pm ET Updated Several women in my life have betrayed me.

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Women and girls are hurt by objectification, and yet women and girls objectify themselves and one another all the time. Consider: The older female relative who, each time she sees you, greets you by looking you up and down and commenting on whether you have gained or lost weight.

For women who find themselves in a relationship with an unavailable man, the women don't need to change everything about themselves—they just need to switch their focus. Stop hurting the woman you love: breaking the cycle of there is no book that approaches the men themselves in an inviting but challenging manner, we have written StopHurt- They can stop hurt-ing the women they love.

Finally, a remark to women whose partners read this. In other words, many of the women who hurt themselves have deeper scars than the ones they carve or burn into their body.

Cutters report that while they might be going through prolonged suffering because of these disorders, they mainly cut to feel relief, to release tension, to express internal pain in an external way, or to punish themselves.(Ed.

orig., Women Who Hurt Themselves. A Book of Hope and Understanding. A Book of Hope and Understanding. New York: Basic Books, Harper Collins Publishers, ).