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This explosive book by the nationally famous radio personality argues that many women today have become women miserable due to the loss of their femininity Grant shows how women can integrate back into their lives the feminine aspects they have lost


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  1. says:

    Being a Woman Fulfilling Your Femininity and Finding Love Toni GrantToni Grant was an American psychologist and talk radio host She was one of the first licensed psychologists to have her own radio talk show and a pioneer in the advice giving genre Grant died on March 27 2016تاریخ نخستین خوانش دوم ماه آوریل سال 2033 میلادیعنوان زن بودن؛ نویسنده تونی گرانت؛ مترجم فروزان گنجی زاده؛ تهران، ورجاوند؛ 1381، در 223 ص؛ شابک 9647656203؛ موضوع زن بودن قرن 20 معنوان زن بودن؛ نویسنده تونی گرانت؛ مترجم افسانه درویشی؛ تهران، کتیبه پارسی؛ 1394، در 205 ص؛ شابک 9786009489619؛ چاپ سوم 1395؛ قیمت 97750 ریال؛ کتاب زن بودن بیان چگونگی دور شدن زنان جوامع صنعتی و مدرن معاصر، از سرشت و فطرت طبیعی خود است تونی گرنت نویسنده کتاب، با تأکید بر نقش ابزاری زن در جوامع سرمایه‌ داری کلان، ضمن انتقاد از شعارهای جنبش فمنیستی، و انقلاب جنسی، پیآمد و تأثیر آن را بر روح و روان زن و انحطاط خانواده را به تصویر می‌کشد نویسنده چهارگونه شخصیت در جهان معاصر را برای زن تصویر می‌کند زن مادونا، آمازون، مادر و معشوقه و سپس به بررسی دقیق هر یک می‌پردازد، او معتقد است زن امروزی به صورت یک زن آمازون درآمده؛ که از طبیعت ملایم و لطیف خود دور افتاده است و اکنون نیازمند آن است تا زنانگی گم شده‌ اش، به ویژه جنبه‌ های مادر، مادونا و معشوقه شخصیتش را باز یابد؛ وی در نهایت زنی را کامل می‌داند که در طول دوره ی حیاتش، همه ی جنبه‌ های روانی خود را تجربه کند و در هم بیامیزد کتاب مشتمل بر نه فصل است فصل نخست دروغ بزرگ آزاد سازی؛ فصل دوم زن آمازون؛ فصل سوم چهار جنبه زن؛ فصل چهارم بحران در مادونا؛ فصل پنجم زنانگی را در آغوش بگیریم؛ فصل ششم قهرمانتان را بیابید؛ فصل هفتم از عهده مردان برآمدن؛ فصل هشتم و نهم تسلیم پرحلاوت و تحقق زنانگی از طریق ازدواج ا شربیانی


  2. says:

    I was definitely an but now I think i'm better now I try to be Mother Madonna and Courtesan I really want to give this book to all of my female friends


  3. says:

    Dr Toni Grant is a clinical psychologist who is also a pioneer in media psychology In this book she explains how the four Jungian archetypes Mother Madonna and Courtesan operate within the female psyche I was definitely a purebred always in control in command I thought I was riding the horse but really there was no horse Tsk Tsk


  4. says:

    When I first came across this book I was in college and I was healing from a broken relationship At first I didn't expect much from this book because of the title I thought that i knew what it meant to be a woman However I didn't know what the author knew Maybe there was something else to being a woman that I didn't know about? I was open minded and began reading I was pulled into a new world as I continued to read on I underlined practically every line in the book I also added my thoughts to each page's margins I looked at my mom and I saw the pain that she had gone through to incorporate all the types of women described in the book Although my mom was unsuccessful for incorporating all four types she still had a long marriage with my dad But i knew that my mom was the exception Most of the women that I knew had to incorporate all four into themselves to be happily married to a greater extent Now three years later I revisit this book and I can say with emphasis that this book is life changing All the wisdom she parts are valid It's not easy to incorporate all four types of women into oneself but it's necessary for sureI had slipped on being a Madonna and I felt the brunt of it I was scarred emotionally Then I recall being too strong an and I was condemned for ignoring her family's needs SO in short all four Mother Madonna and Courtesanneed to be in balance to have a happy marriage Although men don't have to worry about these four types they have their own issues that they need to take care of If you want to be sane whole and healed then this book is a must read


  5. says:

    I really like the book and recommend to all women in the world


  6. says:

    This book was fun It was neither overly conservative nor completely devoid of values I am excited to start using the knowledge I gained to maintain and improve the health of my relationship


  7. says:

    I read this book a while back It's an easy read Can get through it in a day especially if it's winter and snowing outsideThis book answers a decades old uestion about the power of women It isn't in competing or imitating men Since the 1970's women have been giving that power away Nowadays the behavior is vile One thing women need to learn is that men will respond to a woman's behavior This is not new Women have just forgotten it and Toni Grant reminds them of it


  8. says:

    It is now 2017 and Dr Toni Grant was correct Today's feminists are off the charts and out of their minds by making it seem as if there is something wrong with being a woman They've gone too far in he wrong direction


  9. says:

    I'm doing some research on feminism in the eighties so this seemed relevant It's definitely a book of its time and I think was uite well intentioned and perhaps if read with extreme discernment might have some decent insights Still it mostly made me uncomfortable


  10. says:

    I read this book back when I was with my Artist Fiancee Her aunt gave it to her as a present I ended up reading it long before she did and LOVED IT True it's mainly aimed at women but EVERYONE SHOULD READ THIS It will help you to stop fibbing to yourself and others