Silencing The Self: Women And Depression

Paperback | January 13, 1993

byDana C. Jack

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"This book is relevant to anyone grappling with the central challenge of relationships: how to achieve connections to others without losing oneself."--Deborah Tannen (author of You Just Don't Understand), New York Times Book Review

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An important contribution to the fields of psychology and women's studies, Silencing the Self is a startling treatise on the roots of female depression that draws on new understandings of the importance of relationships in women's lives.

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"This book is relevant to anyone grappling with the central challenge of relationships: how to achieve connections to others without losing oneself."--Deborah Tannen (author of You Just Don't Understand), New York Times Book Review

"This book is relevant to anyone grappling with the central challenge of relationships: how to achieve connections to others without losing oneself."--Deborah Tannen (author of You Just Don't Understand), New York Times Book Review

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:276 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.63 inPublished:January 13, 1993Publisher:HarperCollins

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ISBN - 10:006097527X

ISBN - 13:9780060975272

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An important contribution to the fields of psychology and women's studies, Silencing the Self is a startling treatise on the roots of female depression that draws on new understandings of the importance of relationships in women's lives.

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"This book is relevant to anyone grappling with the central challenge of relationships: how to achieve connections to others without losing oneself."(Deborah Tannen, author of You Just Don't Understand)