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by Susan F. Swartz,Eileen M. Clegg
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Psychology & Counseling
  • Author:
    Susan F. Swartz,Eileen M. Clegg
  • ISBN:
    1572241063
  • ISBN13:
    978-1572241060
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  • Publisher:
    New Harbinger Pubns Inc; First Edition edition (May 1, 1998)
  • Pages:
    189 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Psychology & Counseling
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    1396 kb
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    1750 kb
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    1831 kb
  • Rating:
    4.8
  • Votes:
    538
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Eileen M. Clegg, Margaret McConahey, Susan Swartz, Deborah L. Sweitzer. Good heavens, what a great book! By Thriftbooks. com User, January 15, 2002. GOODBYE GOOD GIRL is a delightful adventure of a book!

book by Eileen M. Clegg. And they know all the rules-the rules that dictate what's becoming for a woman to be and do and what's unacceptable. Eileen M. GOODBYE GOOD GIRL is a delightful adventure of a book! Wit and humour sometimes are the best way to tackle difficult subjects such as: how to be true to one's self and to the world without becoming entangled in the myriad expectations of other people. Clegg, Susan F. Swar. Letting Go of THE RULES and Taking Back Your Self. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Goodbye Good Girl from your list? Goodbye Good Girl. Published May 1998 by New Harbinger Publications.

Both Goodbye Good Girl: Letting Go of the Rules and Taking Back Your Self-Esteem and Claiming Your Creative Self: True Stories from the Everyday Lives of Women were opportunities to go deep into other women's stories for nuggets of insight for making the most of today's fast-changing.

Both Goodbye Good Girl: Letting Go of the Rules and Taking Back Your Self-Esteem and Claiming Your Creative Self: True Stories from the Everyday Lives of Women were opportunities to go deep into other women's stories for nuggets of insight for making the most of today's fast-changing social context. With a little guidance, we can make up our own rules and follow the intuitive muse, instead of conforming to arcane ideas that we must conform to the expectations of the amorphous 'them'. Cite this article Pick a style below, and copy the text for your bibliography.

We go to school to be good girls and boys - so that we can get out and have a career and make a living. But we still can't leave our lives

We go to school to be good girls and boys - so that we can get out and have a career and make a living. And then we find ourselves unhappy, either vaguely or tremendousyl, and we start to wonder why. It is at that point that we start to find spirituality. But we still can't leave our lives. Swartz: Goodbye Good Girl . Better World Books Ltd, Dunfermline, United Kingdom NOT NEW BOOK. Swartz: Goodbye Good Girl : Letting Go of THE RULES and Taking Back Your Self - libri usati. 1998, ISBN: 1572241063. Gebraucht, sehr guter Zustand,, Ships from the UK. Former Library book. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear.

Goodbye girl, it's a game We play every time we say Goodbye girl, you hypnotize I can't say goodbye. I'm afraid when I turn out the light Words you say while you're asleep Where you were and what you did last night? Those are secrets you can keep, yeah

Goodbye girl, it's a game We play every time we say Goodbye girl, you hypnotize I can't say goodbye. I'm afraid when I turn out the light Words you say while you're asleep Where you were and what you did last night? Those are secrets you can keep, yeah. Goodbye girl, it's a game We play every time we say Goodbye girl, you hypnotize I can't say goodbye. Tied to you, blood on the wire Don't you know you've pushed me much too far? Just who do you think you are? I can't escape, must almost need you around Every time I say goodbye, you hypnotize.

The Goodbye Girl is a 1977 American romantic comedy-drama film produced by Ray Stark, directed by Herbert Ross and starring Richard Dreyfuss, Marsha Mason, Quinn Cummings and Paul Benedict. The original screenplay by Neil Simon centers on an odd trio: a struggling actor who has sublet a Manhattan apartment from a friend, the current occupant (his friend's ex-girlfriend, who has just been abandoned), and her precocious young daughter.

Time to let go of my striving to be a good girl. Hiding behind masks of the "good girl" is just as bad as living on the wild side. I always did what was expected. The Perfection monster ruled and I was a faithful servant. 2 people found this helpful. Neither show true freedom until Jesus comes in and sets you free. and sweetly invites her friends to brave peeling back the layers to allow Christ in. It sucked the breath out of me more than once as I recognized my own private battles before me in black and white. Oh the life that is being robbed by the good girl lie!

Stories of women who were driven to challenge society's image of the ideal woman--beautiful, supportive, and unthreatening--offer encouragement for others to draw on their own inner strength to redefine their lives and be true to themselves

Lanadrta
I loved the title of the book the minute I saw it. I was never a "good girl" in action, but I always felt shameful because of it. This book takes a new look at old roles. Reading it was fun and uplifting. There are plenty of personal stories and I identified with most of them.
This book encourages the reader to break out of old, limiting roles but doesn't lay the blame on you or anyone else for being stuck in those roles in the first place. I read the book in about a week, very easy to read, very friendly style. I recommend it.
Breder
GOODBYE GOOD GIRL is a delightful adventure of a book! Wit and humour sometimes are the best way to tackle difficult subjects such as: how to be true to one's self and to the world without becoming entangled in the myriad expectations of other people.

In my book group, most of us had experience with one or another (and sometimes all) of the issues addressed in this book- the drive for perfection, pressure to find the "ideal relationship", body image, balancing work/home, how to take care of ourselves while still being responsive to those who depend on us for their wellbeing and productivity,etc.
The wisdom comes through in these personal stories. These voices put into words what we feel but sometimes cannot articulate. Perhaps, more depth would have been appreciated in some areas but it was useful to have all these issues brought together and defined as the "good girl syndrome". My friends ane I now have a "bad girls bench" where we take "timeouts" so that we can continue to function optimally - believe me, it really helps.
For people who (due to gender, generation or sheer iron will) have never struggled with good girl issues - you may not not need this book but I hope you realize that your grandmothers, mothers and even your daughters may not be so lucky!
Debeme
This is the limpest, flabbiest, wishy-washiest book about women supposedly challenging the rules that I've ever come across. If ever a book sounded like it was written by 'good girls', this is it. It sounds like the authors interviewed a bunch of their friends. Sure, some of the women change their lives -- but the tone of the whole thing is: well, you don't want to be too 'bad', you know that being nice gets you lots of friends (one woman quoted says 'There's great value in being polite, and having manners'), but you can learn to say 'no' occasionally. There's a bit towards the back about how women can help each other out by swapping the bits of housework they don't like. How about the men do their share? Or, if they have the money, hire a cleaner? Maybe the author's friends are also reviewing the book -- hard to account for the five-star ratings ...A big disappointment!