'SUMMER WHITE': FILM REVIEW

"But the child must grow," writes German psychoanalyst Erich Fromm in his seminal 1956 book "The Art of Loving," discussing a necessary transition in the relationship between a mother and her progeny. "The very essence of motherly love is to care for the child's growth, and that means to want the child's separation from herself." […]

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Loving:
Erich PhotoErich: The given name Eric, or Erik, is derived from the Old Norse name Eirkr . The first element, ei- is derived either from the older Proto-Norse aina meaning "one" or "alone" or from Proto-Norse aiwa meaning "ever" or "eternal". The second element -rkr derives either from rkz meaning "ruler" or "prince"