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בנות קסנטיפה

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האם נשים מִשתנות לרעה אחרי הנישואים? או שמא זהו "אופיין האמיתי" המתגלה לאחר החתונה והולדת הילד הראשון? מדוע האהבה, ההבנה וההכלה של הנשים מפנות את מקומן לכעס, לשתלטנות ואפילו לרודנות? ומה קורה לגברים? איך הם מתמודדים עם שינויים אלה וכיצד הם תורמים להם? ובעיקר – באיזה אופן ניתן להתגבר על התמורות בזוגיות בעקבות הנישואים והמעבר להורות?

שמה של קְסנטיפָּה, רעייתו של הפילוסוף היוו
Paperback, 174 pages
Published 2017 by מטר
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Racheli Zusiman
ספר מדהים ומרתק. קריאת חובה לכולם. במיוחד לגברים.
Dec 19, 2017 rated it really liked it
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I took umbrage at the title, but as much as I hate the idea of being called Xanthippe, she has many valid points in this book. She speaks from a female perspective about the challenges having a child brings into a relationship and why women feel isolated and put upon by their partners. The onerous role of child rearing is still mostly a woman's domain and her career usually takes a set back that is hard to recover from. Even though there have been great strides towards better equality in child r ...more
Oct 20, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Our relationships with our partners start in our childhood in a subconscious way. It more or less picks our partners.

Xsnthippe Factor takes us through a journey through patterns in relationships. There are different levels in all relationships, each level comes with its own set of challenges and solutions. We just have to listen and talk about what we want or what we expect. Otherwise we become someone we don't want to be.

This book is for all couples, from the beginnings, to the middle, to the
Píaras Cíonnaoíth
Acquire important insights and tools for improving your relationship...

Intimacy is what we all truly would like to have, not just a relationship. What if true intimacy is achieved only when all the barriers are down and there are no judgments in between? Dr. Sara Breslerman deals with the relationship between men and women in marriage. She examines ‘what happens to love in the various stages of the relationship, why so many men and women are unhappy with their marriages, and what can be done to
uri dotan
Feb 08, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition

It is definitely a very good book for couples. I recommend the book for sure and found it inspiring and worth reading.
The book gives a lot of knowledge and insights about what happens between men and women in a long relationship.
Very readable and interesting.

Nov 23, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Xanthippe was the second wife of Socrates, one of the founders of western philosophy.

Israeli author Dr. Sara Breslerman (Ph.D., University of Haifa) is a family and couples therapist and researcher and has won recognition for her extensive research on the problematic relationships between mothers-in-law and daughters-in-law. In The Xanthippe Factor Dr. Breslerman examines a common phenomenon whereby women change after marriage and especially after the birth of children. In her own unique, person
Quinn Fforde
She did a good job of reviewing the literature and descibing the problem, but she did not tell us how couples can overcome the problem.
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