Sex Roles (2015) 72:479–483 DOI 10.1007/s11199-015-0472-2 BOOK REVIEW Women: Spotlighting the Relationship with the Self and Relationships with Men Having Sex, Wanting Intimacy: Why Women Settle for One-Sided Relationships. By Jill P. Weber, Lanham, MD, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2014. 233 pp. $22.00 (paper- back). ISBN: 978-1-4422-3833-6 Tara Emmers-Sommer Published online: 9 April 2015 Springer Science+Business Media New York 2015 The relationship between Kristin Wiig’s character Annie and Weber positions herself as a clinical psychologist who is Jon Hamm’s character Ted in the motion picture Bridesmaids married and a mother. Weber’s text does not appear to reflect (Universal Pictures Presents Relativity Media in Association astudy she’s conducted; however, she does offer observations with Apatow Productions (Producers), & Feig, P. (Director). based on her clinical experience and knowledge of the field, (2011) came to mind when reading Weber’s book, Having shares examples from patients in her therapy sessions and cites Sex, Wanting Intimacy: Why Women Settle for One-Sided other scholars’ research—largely reflective of U. S. cultural and Relationships. Quite clear to the moviegoer is that Ted isn’t social contexts—as appropriate. Related, this review presents a (nor does he have any desire to be) the type of relational U.S. focus
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