Singing at the top of our lungs: women, love, and creativity

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HarperPerennial, Apr 21, 1994 - Family & Relationships - 332 pages
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The authors of Too Good for Her Own Good present a bold book that shows women how to tap into their creative energy and restore passion to their lives. "A welcome counterweight to the pressures society still exerts on women who want a life of their own".--New Woman.

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SINGING AT THE TOP OF OUR LUNGS: Women, Love, and Creativity

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A loving, if not very creative, analysis of the conflicts that arise when women try to foster both relationships and personal fulfillment. Family therapists Bepko and Krestan (Too Good for Her Own ... Read full review

Contents

A Passion of Her Own
3
The Object of His Affection
19
The Shadow of Her Smile
44
The Subject Is Herself
60
Lovers The High Relational
81
Artists The High Creative
103
Leaders The Relational
121
Innovators The Creative
140
The Early Death of Love or I
177
Choice Points
195
In Her Own Good Time
212
The Passionate Relationship
233
The Courage to Be Alive
255
Notes
295
Bibliography
311
Index
321

Passionate Conviction
162
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