Women's Anger: Clinical and Developmental Perspectives
Psychology Press, 1999 - Psychology - 254 pages
The book brings together theoretical understandings, clinical experiences, empirical research, and the lived experience of anger for women and girls, in an integrated presentation of anger over a lifespan.
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