Women as Winners: Transactional Analysis for Personal Growth

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Index
Achievement, to a winner, 16
Activities, and time structuring, 22
Adaptations, 138-140
case history, 154
and feelings of inferiority, 156-174
and games, 142-152
to losing, 152
negative, 152, 155, 156, 175
of passivity, 171-173
of playing stupid, 162-163
reasons for, 155
steps to awareness: your adaptations, 141-142, 173-174
of striving for perfection, 167-171
of women, 139-140
Adapted Child, 218
in conflict with Natural Child, 140
definition of, 132
expression of by women, 138-141
Adult ego state, and ability to change, 201,218
and awareness, 22, 275
Child contamination of, 225
definition of, 113-114
discounting of in women, 198-199
how to recognize, 195-198
importance of strokes to development of, 114
intervention of, 209, 212, 213
Parent contamination of, 225, 226
and problem solving, 203-214
quality of, 196
as rational thinker, 113
and response to feelings of unfemininity, 156
steps to awareness: Adult functioning, 196-198 your Adult interventions, 215-216
strokes for, 216-217
Ain't It Awful ? game, 48, 51, 144
Alcoholic game, 144
Alcoholism, in women, 11
Alcott, Louisa May, 137
Anger, internalization of, 96
Anthony, Susan B., 259-262
Aren't You Glad I'm Such a Nice Girl? game, 42
Aristotle, 115
Artificiality, forced, in women, 135
Assertiveness, in women, 96
Authenticity, importance of to a winner, 16
Authority figures, influence on scripts, 65
Autonomy, moving toward through Adult ego state, 214-221
to a winner, 17
Awareness, levels of, 272-275
Balance in personality, 217-218
"Battle of the sexes," 15-16
Beautiful Plastic Woman script, 82-83, 158,203
Beauty, cultural standards of, 81-82
Beauty (and the Beast) script, 39, 44‐ 47,203

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  • Women as Winners - Transactional Analysis for Personal Growth *
  • Foreword *
  • Preface ix
  • Contents xiii
  • 1 - Women Caught in Change *
  • 2 - The Time of Your Life *
  • 3 - Once upon a Time.. *
  • 4 - Mirror, Mirror, on the Wall *
  • 5 - Someone Touched Me *
  • 6 - The Watchful Inner Eye *
  • 7 - Sugar and Spice *
  • 8 - Losing to Win *
  • 9 - Not for Parents Only *
  • 10 - The Capable Woman *
  • 11 - Thinking Straight about Women *
  • 12 - A Hundred Years Hence *
  • 13 - Daring to Dream *
  • 14 - Living Your Dream *
  • References 299
  • Picture Credits 309
  • Index 311
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