Goddesses in Everywoman: A New Psychology of Women - Book 1, Introductory Material: Chapter 1, 20th Year Anniversay Summary & Analysis

Jean Shinoda-Bolen
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The edition used to produce this book summary is actually the twentieth anniversary version of its first publication year. The second portion is devoted entirely to an in depth look at several goddess. Each has her own chapter.

Jean Shinoda explains to readers that typically, when a woman goes into therapy it is a means of self-care and further empowerment. Through the activity, each woman can become more aware of what motivates her and how is both helped and hindered by inner and outer forces of self and society. The author experimented and made a significant practical discovery. She learned that when she applied her clinical knowledge, the power of mythic figures, and her personal experiences with other women who helped her open up that the results that they were able to achieve...

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