Breaking Free of the Shame Trap

Breaking Free of the Shame Trap

How Women Get Into It, How Women Get Out of It

Book - 1994
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"Compassionate and empowering...A much needed addition to the shame literature...An important book about the shaming of girls and women in our culture without disregarding the pain of boys and men." JANE MIDDELTON-MOZ Author of SHAME AND GUILT Written by marriage and family therapist Christine Brautigam Evans, this insightful book provides the tools every woman needs to regain her self-respect. With powerful case histories, insight, and compassion, she explores: The crucial differences between male shame and female shame in our society; The relentless critic inside many women--and ways women can free themselves from it: The sometimes-invisible traps society has devised to keep women without power and full of shame, and more.
Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, 1994.
Edition: 1st ed. --
ISBN: 9780345387035
Branch Call Number: 152.4 Eva
Characteristics: xii, 315 p.


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