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Thoughts on a Victorian cause for female low self-esteem in Western society: a failure of the Victorian mother???

Here’s a thought I had: While thinking one day I got on the subject of female low self-esteem, which I see examples of just about wherever I go.  I’ve known, for years, that a lot of it began with British … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on the naturally appearing female low self-esteem

The question of female low self-esteem keeps propping up.  I see it all the time, and its various representations and forms.  Not only that, it seems to infiltrate a lot of what females do, think, and behave.  It’s for this … Continue reading

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