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Harriet Lerner on Anger

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A guide for women explains the causes and patterns of female anger and provides alternatives for forging more powerful relationships.
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Published September 1995 by Sounds True (first published 1995)
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Harriet Lerner was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, the second of two daughters. Her parents, Archie and Rose Goldhor, were both children of Russian-Jewish immigrant parents. They were high school graduates who wanted their daughters to "be someone" at a time when women were only supposed to "find someone."

"Achievement was next to Godliness for my sister, Susan, and me." Harriet notes. "My f
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