When your best friend makes you angry, why can’t you tell her?
As women pursue professional and personal goals, the support needed from female friends can be undermined by feelings of envy, competition, and anger. In this groundbreaking book, Luise Eichenbaum and Susie Orbach show:
• How mother-daughter relationships affect women’s desire to forge close adult friendships • How to stop hiding painful feelings and speak up to your friends • How to enhance feelings of autonomy and self-development while remaining “connected” to others • Why “daring to differ” with friends can strengthen your value to each other as you strive for individuality
Compassionate and insightful, Between Women: Love, Envy, and Competition in Women’s Friendships will help you achieve a strong sense of self and enjoy richer and more enduring relationships with your friends.
“A touching and lively book. Any woman will find her own story somewhere in these pages.” — The New York Times Book Review “The book’s message will ring true for all women.” — New York Woman
About Susie Orbach
Best known as Princess Diana’s therapist and the author of Fat is a Feminist Issue, Susie Orbach has an international… More about Susie Orbach