This book faces eighteen of the most common issues brought into a psychotherapist's office by women. It is written by a practicing psychotherapist based on professional experience, but avoids textbook language, being done in every day conversational style. It relies heavily on actual case histories while maintaining clients' confidentiality.
It covers women's depression and guilt, grief, panic attacks, PTSD, ownership of feelings, anger management, self-esteem issues, problem solving, life planning, decision making, sleep problems, problems with memory, and getting along with others. It also covers communication, how the men's and women's brains differ and what that means in everyday life, loving vs. being in love, why people fight over nothing, raising a teenager, and last, but not least, how to develop a partnership.
Actual reader's comments have been "It reads as if you were talking to me in a therapy session." and "An excellent book. I think you have a winner on your hands."
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