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However, only women can help men develop emotional expressiveness, and Kingma tells women how to do it, step by step. I am a huge Daphne fan. In my mind she is a little discovered treasure in the land of relationship books

However, only women can help men develop emotional expressiveness, and Kingma tells women how to do it, step by step. In my mind she is a little discovered treasure in the land of relationship books. because at this point in the lives of modern Western people 'love' and relationships are sbout enhancing our lives. men and women no longer 'need' each other to produce field hands, save the family plantation, defend against enemy invasion etc. T I am a huge Daphne fan.

Women want their men to show their feelings, be in touch with their emotions and be able to talk about them. But women do not know how to deal with that kind of man! We have taken for granted that men will put their own emotions aside to be there for us in a supportive manner whenever we feel the need to let our emotions loose - which it pretty much any time we want. We act as if we have carte blanche with our emotions and though we say we want men to express theirs - we are SO unpracticed in the role of putting our emotions aside and being the supportive partner.

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women's role in the evolution of a gender. by Daphne Rose Kingma. Originally published: The men we never knew : women's role in the evolution of a gender. Published 1994 by Conari Press in Berkeley, CA. Written in English. x, 273 p. ; Number of pages.

Asks women to develop more compassion for men by better understanding why they act the way they do, and then shows women, step by step, how to help men get in touch with their feelings. Daphne Rose Kingma's book, "The Men We Never Knew: How To Deepen Your Relationship With the Man You Love," is a revalation. This book opened my eyes about men and their emotions and the role that women play in creating and encouraging the fears that men have and the inability of men to relinquish those fears.

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Kingma, Daphne Rose 1942-. The Men We Never Knew: Women's Role in the Evolution of a Gender, Conari Press (Berkeley, CA), 1993. The Breakup Bible: Why Relationships End and Living through the Ending of Yours (sound recording), Sounds True (Boulder, CO), 1995, published as Coming Apart: Why Relationships End and How to Live through the Ending of Yours, Conari Press (Berkeley, CA), 1998.

Dubbed the love doctor by the San Francisco Chronicle, Daphne specializes in working with individuals and couples to enhance the quality of their relationships and bring more love into their lives. She is the creator of the Relationship Intensive, a highly specialized weekend relationship workshop tailored to meet the needs of individual couples.

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Teaches women how to stop criticizing men, treat them with compassion, and initiate them into emotional intimacy. By the author of Coming Apart and True Love. 50,000 first printing. National ad/promo. Tour.
The Men We Never Knew: Women's Role in the Evolution of a Gender download epub
Social Sciences
Author: Daphne Rose Kingma
ISBN: 0943233461
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Conari Pr; 1 edition (April 1, 1993)
Pages: 273 pages