Alana Munro takes us deep into the unnerving yet compelling reality of being a woman, revealing a world where females don't nurture other females.
Women Behaving Badly shatters our assumption that all women are loving. It ruptures the delusion of sisterhood. It heightens our awareness of what goes on behind the sweet smiles. It liberates women from the emotional and often difficult prison that is womanhood. It exposes the harsh and fickle reality of friendship between women.
This book offers us nothing but the truth. Alana argues that the bonds between women are most often fragile and fickle. She also argues that the ideology of sisterhood is optimistic but unrealistic.Women are human beings with profound emotional short comings.
Alana also looks at how we can weed out the negative women, pin point suspect behaviours and most importantly how women can protect themselves from future hurt.
Alana writes candidly about her own personal experiences with women. She offers important life lessons and insights into the often shocking behaviours carried out by the fairer sex.
"The easiest thing to do is for me to feel upset and retreat to my bed, never trying to make another friend. Or I can dust myself off and learn from my stupid mistakes. I can even try to make sense of the ridiculous injustices thrown in my direction. My goal for this book? Simply to allow other women a chance to become more aware of the cruel games played by females, allow women the opportunity to pin point hurtful (and often invisible) behaviours and find healthy friendships again".
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