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Unfemininism by [Rosen, R. R.]
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Are you wondering why you cannot find a happy relationship?

Are you divorced?

Did you work and your husband work and then one day, he said he is not in love with you anymore?

Or did you leave him because he was not sharing in domestic duties?

Are you a go-getter and find that men are afraid of you?

Do you want a traditional relationship but cannot find a man who does too?

Do you want children?

Unfemininism is the first book in a series by R. Rosen on why modern relationships are breaking down, and why divorce rates are higher than in the past.

The original purpose of marriage was for a man to secure a woman to bear children, and do domestic work. In return, the woman would have a home, children, and a secure environment to raise them.

Nowadays, with the implementation of Femininism into our first world society, women can now work and men can now be house-husbands.

That is all good, except how come divorce rates are so high?

Feminism did some good things but also undid some good things. For example, nowadays women who want to just be mothers and not work, are now regarded as “lazy” and “dependent”. What was normal 100 years ago, has changed. In the meantime, men feel under appreciated and unloved and not needed, and so, more than ever, they're reluctant to settle down.

Women on the other hand have become aggressive, and now do not need men to raise children, more than ever.

Inside Unfemininism you will learn how feminism has effected our society through my philosophical lenses; why you should understand the new circumstances; and what you can do to ensure you too find your niche, and a happy relationship.

The next book is called Commitmentphobia and Ambigudating, and it will continue where Unfemininism leaves.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 229 KB
  • Print Length: 66 pages
  • Publisher: BookBaby; 1 edition (Oct. 6 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00O982PJS
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #424,747 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This book will change your life. I bought it when I was single, because I wanted to better understand women and learn about my own patterns in relationships - so as not to repeat the mistakes of the past. It definitely helped me to gain the clarity and self awareness I was after - and it is not just a self help book - it is also the sort of memoir that draws you in to the author's own personal story, to the point where it becomes your own. I am now, for the first time in my life, in a relationship that is happy, healthy, and free of drama, and I definitely must give some credit to Unfemininism for helping me to articulate what I was looking for in a partner and to realize why the others had not been right for me.

Unfemininism is by far the best $3.25 I have ever spent and should be be equally useful for men and women, single or not, who are seeking to understand their own patterns in relationships and those of their partners.

It may be that one secret to happiness is to have both partners read this book and discuss it's ideas before they get into anything serious. Shortly after we started dating, I found out that my new girlfriend had also read Unfemininism, a year before I did. This provided us with an opportunity to discuss many of the things that new couples often skip over in the rush to hop into bed - but that are important for long term compatibility: attitudes towards male female roles, children, housework, etc. Because we had these conversations early, it has allowed us to just enjoy being with each other and deepening our connection, instead of continuing to discuss expectations.

In a perfect world, we would each come with a detailed manual that described our wants, needs, learnings from the past, and what we were looking for in a future partner, making these conversations largely unnecessary when we got into a new relationship. But since we don't live in a perfect world, Unfemininism is probably your best choice.
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