Meeting the Madwoman by Linda Schierse Leonard
An Inner Challenge for Feminine Spirit

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The author of The Wounded Woman discusses the eight different types of ""Madwoman"" energy in order to show readers how to work through potentially destructive energy and transform it in creative ways.

About Linda Schierse Leonard

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Linda Schierse Leonard is the author of Creation's Heartbeat, Meeting the Madwoman, Witness to the Fire, and On the Way to the Wedding.
Published January 1, 1993 by Bantam. 318 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Religion & Spirituality, Self Help. Non-fiction

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Leonard also includes more everyday kinds of insights, commenting on the range of feelings of loss engendered by a romantic break-up, or challenging a popular stereotype (the social isolation, for instance, of the rejected single woman) with formidable contrary examples (Rachel Carson's love of s...

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The image appears frequently in women's dreams, according to Leonard ( The Wounded Women: Healing the Father and Daughter Relationship ).

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