What do women want: exploding the myth of dependency

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Berkley Books, May 1, 1993 - Psychology - 226 pages
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This collection of compelling portraits and case histories examines the factors that govern what women want in life. Included are sections on achieving independence, the mother-daughter conflict, fear of intimacy, pregnancy, and the importance of female friendships.

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Preface
3
Women and Dependency
19
Mens Dependency
51
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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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