Between women: love, envy, and competition in women's friendships

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Penguin Books, Feb 6, 1989 - Family & Relationships - 223 pages
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The crucial struggle between connectedness and autonomy and its effect on friendships between women forms the heart of this brilliant and timely book. Helps develop a sense of self in order to enjoy richer friendships.

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The authors, who founded and directed the Women's Therapy Centers in London and New York City and wrote Understanding Women and What Do Women Want, explore newly emerging differences between women in ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
Bittersweet
15
New Expectations
29
Copyright

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Eichenbaum is a founder of the Women's Therapy Center in Manhattan.

Susie Orbach is a cofounder of the Women's Therapy Centre in London and a visiting professor at the London School of Economics. Author of "Fat Is a Feminist Issue, " she is also a cofounder of the Women's Therapy Centre Institute in New York. Orbach lives in London with her partner and two children.

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