Women as Winners: Transactional Analysis for Personal Growth

By Dorothy Jongeward; Dru Scott | Go to book overview
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1. Women Caught in Change 1
What is happening to the women in your life? 4
No one wins the battle of the sexes 15
Winning as a woman 16
Steps to Awareness

Helping women/10 Looking at your life/14

2. The Time of Your Life 19
We structure our time 21
We follow psychological blueprints 28
The Sleeping Beauty script 33
Steps to Awareness

Your epitaph/21 Your use of time/22 Your messages about time/ 24 The waiting game/27 Parts of your script/30 Balance in your life/33

3. Once Upon a Time ... 37
Scripts are like fairy tales 39
Cinderella looks for a fella 41
Beauty tends her beast 44

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