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Psychologist Alice Domar | Meeting the Minds

It's time to stop trying to be perfect, psychologist says

Psychologist Alice Domar said self-imposed pressure makes dealing with everything from eating disorders to infertility more difficult for women. Psychologist Alice Domar said self-imposed pressure makes dealing with everything from eating disorders to infertility more difficult for women. (Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff)
By Billy Baker
Globe Correspondent / February 25, 2008

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After more than 20 years of studying women's health issues, psychologist Alice Domar has come to a grand conclusion: Women are just too hard on themselves. (Full article: 811 words)

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