Books by Diane E. Eyer

Released: May 1, 1996

"A strong indictment of current policies that scapegoat mothers instead of upgrading family services, Motherguilt is both enlightening and disturbing. (Author tour)"
An impassioned plea to stop blaming mothers for the ills of society and to focus, instead, on the real culprits. Read full book review >
Released: Jan. 13, 1993

"Useful for doctors, nurses, and parents who question whether there's a biological need for humans to bond instantly with their offspring."
A lengthy polemic attacking the theory that mother and infant must ``bond'' within the hour of birth—or suffer the consequences. Read full book review >