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  • Letters poured in from women who also suffered from this inability and from a definition of womanhood so tied to the accident of the physical ability to bear a child—preferably a son, as Marilyn often said, though later she also talked of a daughter—that their whole sense of self had been undermined.

    All The Available Light

  • This sense of self is typically nonjudgmental and is derived from their past experiences and performances, their sense of purpose, their gifts and talents, their desires and interests, and their selfappointed unique way of contributing to the pack.

    Raising Children Who Think for Themselves

  • Another attempt to so dras­tically rotate his perceptions and rewrite his sense of self would put an end to him as efficiently as could Tourmast.

    The False Mirror

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