More realistic advice than you usually get from this kind of psychiatric two-minute hour. Dr. Hartogs, the house shrink at...

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More realistic advice than you usually get from this kind of psychiatric two-minute hour. Dr. Hartogs, the house shrink at Cosmopolitan -- but don't hold that against him -- is tuned in to the fact that there is a ""new"" woman trying to make sense of her raised consciousness; he takes her seriously and he has intelligent and sensitive things to say to her. Whether it's on virginity, May-December relationships, unfaithfulness, boring marriage, etc., he has no party line (you don't have to suck to be popular, but neither do you have to save ""it"" for Mr. Right), which will probably annoy the swingers as well as the super straight. Never prissy, nor misleading, Hartogs, unlike Reuben, is a man even feminists might accept.

Pub Date: April 1, 1974

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Publisher: Hawthorn

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: April 1, 1974