Medea's Folly: Women, Relationships and the Search for Intimacy
Why is the search for intimacy so important for women? What does real intimacy feel like? These questions and others are explored and answered in Dr. Tanya Wilkinson's book on the Medea myth, which has brought new insight to our understanding of how relationships really work for women. She unravels the mysteries of women's commitment to establishing, maintaining, and improving intimate relationships. She also explores the troubling dark side of intimacy that is so often ignored in modern culture as she takes us on an illuminating journey through myth and fairy tale.
Women's Psychology, Intimacy, Interpersonl Relations
Gender and Sexuality | Psychology | Social Psychology and Interaction
Wilkinson, Tanya, "Medea's Folly: Women, Relationships and the Search for Intimacy" (1998). CIIS Faculty Publications. 45.