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Fascinating Womanhood

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 28, 2014

    It's not clearly stated, but this is a super, SUPER old version

    It's not clearly stated, but this is a super, SUPER old version of the book (1980's). I have the newer version of the book and highly recommend it. Was trying to buy this book for a friend, but was not expecting it to be so old.

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  • Posted January 19, 2009

    Wow! How...........

    This book is horrile!!! Oh yeah, let's have the woman change and let the man stay the same. If the marriage is failing, it is up to the woman to fix it. She does away with her "problems" and "habits" but does the man...the answer to that is no. She needs to act "childish" just so that her husband won't get mad at her? This book is incredibly sexist/anti-feminist and I can't believe that this crap was written by a woman for goodness sake!!!!!!!!!!!!!!<BR/><BR/>Anyway, a husband should respect his wife automatically. We are not dogs who need to do tricks to impress our husbands and gain their respect! <BR/><BR/>In response to the first posters's review, I am sorry but I am in no way "limited" in my emotions or my strength. If you are a woman, I feel sorry for you that you think so low of yourself.<BR/><BR/>I would recommend this book to NO ONE and if I could, I would give it ZERO stars!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 18, 2006

    garbage

    I think you women are out of your minds. I do not need a man to tell me what to do. Men aren't the heads of a household unless you are too weak to think for yourself. I believe in a marriage in which a man loves his wife, cherishes, and respects her as an equal. Stop lying to yourselves. This book is crap.

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