Female rage: unlocking its secrets, claiming its power

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Carol Southern Books, Oct 1, 1994 - Family & Relationships - 262 pages
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A compelling consideration of the rage that continues to shape women's lives, pointing to its personal and cultural roots, its expression in classic and popular culture, its manifestations in disorders--from depression to bulimia--and its potential as a fuel for self-realization and success.

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A fabulous must read book for all woman. A friend gave me this book to read and it really had the answers I had been looking for. Thank you to the authors for your knowledge and insight into this strange and powerful force that picks up pieces from our past and ignites them. I loved the analogy from Wayne Dyer 'no one has ever died from a snake bite....it's the venom carried through your body that kills you'. 

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Too much heterosexism, gender essentialism, and Freudian theory. Valentis centers her analysis primarily on white middle class cisgender women in heterosexual relationships, and I felt like she was ... Read full review

Contents

The Birth of Female Rage
11
The Face of Rage
41
The Inner World of Rage
63
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