By Linda Aaker
Although the explicit info are just one woman's reports, this e-book is, in a feeling, the tale of each lady who got here of age in the beginning of the women's circulation within the 70s. It chronicles the win/loss cycles confronted via any girl who chooses to have either occupation and family.
Entry from 1978: whilst I learn of toxins and inflation and Rhodesia and Nicaragua, chills runs down my physique and i am scared, considering the realm to come back, my very own monetary lack of confidence, and no matter if i actually are looking to deliver a baby into this global. what's going to occur to me if i do not turn into extra dependable? it is all nice to be a tender “hippie-type” bureaucrat/lawyer. yet will that be sufficient at fifty, and with the accountability for one more man or woman? no longer immense concerns, yet sobering ideas in the course of my life-for-the-moment world.
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Wonder if that is true of dating uncommunicative men as well. At the Y after running, my feet were hot and tired, but they could feel. The toes separately felt the smooth yet crunchy artificial Page 29 turf mats outside the showers. " Sometimes my head becomes too cluttered. One of the major positive effects of running is that it teaches the wonder of my senses. I'm learning to "see" the shades of green in the trees and feel the blood in my veins and air course through lungs. Slowly a respect for this humble body is dawning on me.
Funny to be so blahnot really depressed or down, but not upsort of disconnected from other people and life. February 6, 1977 Last night while eating a GIANT sundae at Swenson's with A1, I got irritated with him when he started talking about going to church as a promise to God. It didn't fit my romantic mood or my vision of Prince Charming which I want to force A1 into. Tonight I realized that I use men as emotional objects in much the same way that I've accused men of using women as sex objects.
4. Listening to good live concerts. 5. Having long intimate talks with friends. 6. Swimming, if I can get in shape. I have ambition without a definite goal. I think I want either a profession which has no outward definitions of success or else one which entirely does. February 1, 1977 Being in therapy is like getting marriedif one knew ahead of time what triumphs and heartaches were involved, one might think Page 18 twice and not do it. Today I understood for the first time that I was "in therapy" and not just seeing Paul to get through a difficult time.
A woman's odyssey: journals, 1976-1992 by Linda Aaker