1. What does Dr. Laura say that women do in order to avoid facing the fact they define themselves exclusively through men?
Dr. Laura says that women use an arsenal of excuses in order to avoid facing the fact they define themselves through men.
2. Why does Dr. Laura think it's sad that women define themselves through men, according to this book?
Dr. Laura thinks the saddest thing about women defining themselves through men is that it doesn't even matter what kind of man the woman is with, just that they are with a man.
3. What does Dr. Laura observe about the way that man handle problems, as opposed to women?
Dr. Laura observes that men tend to want to sold their problems, not whine about them as women do.
4. Why do women miss this positive aspect of men's personalities, that is the way they approach problems?
Women miss the positive aspect of men simply solving problems as opposed to whining about them as women are so wrapped up in their desire to exist through men.
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