For women who want to love men, but not too much, Judith Sills provides a balanced recipe. Breathe a sigh of relief: this is not a lesson on how to serve or please men more. True to her feminist roots, Sills insists that love should never include tolerating sexist politics or overlooking abuses and injustices. In order to love men more and need them less, Sill teaches women how to be yogis--maintaining a firm grip on their voices, needs, and desires, while also finding the flexibility to truly love and accept the men in their lives.
Dr. Judith Sills, is a clinical psychologist in private practice since 1975. She earned her Ph.D. at the Graduate Faculty of the New School for Social Research in New York City, where she was a three-year National Science Foundation Fellow, and later became director of Outpatient Psychiatric Services at Pacific Presbyterian Hospital in San Francisco.
A contributing editor to Family Circle magazine and a widely known expert on relationships, family issues, and general psychology, Dr. Sills has written three other books, the number one national bestseller Excess Baggage: Getting Out of Your Own Way (1993), A Fine Romance: The Passage of Courtship from Meeting to Marriage (1987), How to Stop Looking for Someone Perfect and Find Someone to Love (1984), and numerous articles for national magazines such as Mademoiselle, Cosmopolitan, and New Woman. Her work has been cited in The New York Times, The Washington Post, USA Today, and U.S. News and World Report, among other publications, and she has made frequent television and radio appearances on programs such as "60 Minutes," "The Oprah Winfrey Show," "Sally Jessy Raphael," and "NBC Nightly News."
Dr. Sills lives and works in Philadelphia where she shares a home with her husband and daughter. She is currently the host of her own radio talk show on WPHAT in Philadelphia.