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World Weary Woman: Her Wound and Transformation
A World Weary Woman is one whose characteristic response to stress is to struggle to achieve ambitious goals. To achieve means to succeed at something that is recognized and rewarded by the collective. However, she feels little joy in the process, suffering a disconnection from her feminine body wisdom and her creativity. Her task is to find a way of living authentically t ...more
Paperback, 157 pages
Published July 1st 2001 by Inner City Books
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I liked this very much. It resonated with me on a personal level, and was also helpful in providing a framework for thinking about responses to trauma. It is the kind of book that will appeal to a pretty small sub-set of readers, but for those with an interest in Jungian psychology or women and trauma, I recommend seeking it out.
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