Krasnow, Iris "The Surrendering to Motherhood: Losing Your Mind, Finding Your Soul" - 1997
According to the publisher, this book is "the story of one woman's search for spiritual fulfillment and personal identity", according to our book club members it's just a story of a spoilt right woman who has no idea how the normal people live and tries to judge over whether mothers should be working or not.
One of the worst books our book club ever read.
We discussed this in our book club in January 2003.
Not to compare with Esther Vilar's "The Manipulated Man".
From the back cover:
"The story of a woman who came of age with the sexual revolution who finds emancipation in the Zen of motherhood, "Surrendering to Motherhood" is about letting go of the need to achieve and finding one's true self."