Saturday, October 29, 2005

Women Look at Life, Love, and Literature

Aesthetic Realism provides an invaluable way of looking at the questions of life, including about love, work, other people. This is the first of several posts linking to papers by my colleagues and by me, presented at seminars at the Aesthetic Realism Foundation in NYC, describing what they've learned about life and love from Aesthetic Realism. In these papers, women look courageously at themselves, and tell of the exciting education that enabled them to change, becoming kinder people, better friends and wives, and more. To begin: My friend and colleague Lynette Abel writes about how a woman's dissatisfaction can be beautiful.
And here's a link to a paper by Carol McCluer, about The Five Biggest Mistakes Women Make about Love.
Much more to come!