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What Do Women Want? by Luise Eichenbaum
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What Do Women Want?

by Luise Eichenbaum, Susie Orbach

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0425170489, Paperback)

The classic, groundbreaking guide...completely revised and with a new introduction.

Even in our supposedly feminist society, women have found it difficult to achieve true independence--they continue to struggle with dependency issues in their relationships with their mothers, their lovers, and themselves. Now, with a new introduction, Luise Eichenbaum and Susie Orbach offer compelling portraits and insightful case histories that explore dependency as a basic human need rather than a sign of weakness. Their conclusions will radically change women's lives and relationships for the better--and offer a more insightful, inclusive vision of intimacy for the next millennium.

"Every sentence, every anecdote hits home...Any woman who reads this book will recognize herself, her friends, her loves."--St. Petersburg Times

"A well-thought-out analysis of women's dependency needs."--Publishers Weekly

* Completely revised and with a new introduction

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