Quotation by Grace Baruch

Mental health data from the 1950's on middle-aged women showed them to be a particularly distressed group, vulnerable to depression and feelings of uselessness. This isn't surprising. If society tells you that your main role is to be attractive to men and you are getting crow's feet, and to be a mother to children and yours are leaving home, no wonder you are distressed.
Grace Baruch (20th century), U.S. developmental psychologist, Rosalind Barnett (20th century), U.S. clinical psychologist, and Caryl Rivers (20th century), U.S. journalist. Life Prints, ch. 12 (1983).
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