Feminine Lost: Why Most Women Are Male gives an insightful and provocative analysis of how women and men relate to each other. The author explains how all human beings are a balance of feminine and masculine energies inside, and that the rise of the feminist movement has led many women to migrate, more than ever, to their masculine side, while men now emphasize their own inner feminine energies. The process of this shift has caused many of us to become increasingly dissatisfied in our intimate relationships or lonely without one. It’s not safe outside either: the workplace has become a minefield of bossy women pushing their way up the ladder and ineffectual male leaders who appear to be in charge but who actually have very little say.

To highlight what is really going on, the author presents seven 21st archetypes of men and women, using intriguing case studies from her coaching practice. Readers report that they are surprised to see aspects of themselves, their spouse, friends, family and colleagues, in these new-style gender archetypes which now surround us.

By delving into these intriguing examples, the reader comes understand why our lives aren’t working and learn practical way to improve all kinds of personal relationships – including intimate ones, those at work and with our friends. In short, Feminine Lost breaks through misunderstandings about what it means to be feminine, for both men and women; it is not about outward appearances but something far more significant.

As a transformational coach, Jennifer helps both women and men understand thecomplexities of their personal, professional, and intimate relationships. While listening to them, she developed a truly unique theory of what makes people tick. Over the years, Jennifer began to see more and more of the same ‘types’ emerging, as clients explained the challenges they faced each day at home and at work.

Once she began to define men and women ever more clearly by their characteristics and actions, a new paradigm began to unfold, captured now in her groundbreaking book, launched in 2014 by Weinstein Books, Feminine Lost: Why Most Women are Male.

Feminine Lost: Why Most Women Are Male gives an insightful and provocative analysis of how women and men relate to each other. The author explains how all human beings are a balance of feminine and masculine energies inside, and that the rise of the feminist movement has led many women to migrate, more than ever, to their masculine side, while men now emphasize their own inner feminine energies. The process of this shift has caused many of us to become increasingly dissatisfied in our intimate relationships or lonely without one. It’s not safe outside either: the workplace has become a minefield of bossy women pushing their way up the ladder and ineffectual male leaders who appear to be in charge but who actually have very little say.

To highlight what is really going on, the author presents seven 21starchetypes of men and women, using intriguing case studies from her coaching practice. Readers report that they are surprised to see aspects of themselves, their spouse, friends, family and colleagues, in these new-style gender archetypes which now surround us.

By delving into these intriguing examples, the reader comes understand why our lives aren’t working and learn practical way to improve all kinds of personal relationships – including intimate ones, those at work and with our friends. In short, Feminine Lost breaks through misunderstandings about what it means to be feminine, for both men and women; it is not about outward appearances but something far more significant.


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“Filled with realistic examples, this book allows us to comprehend who we are, discover why aspects of our lives don't work, and identify why we continue to replicate unsettling affiliations.”

“The author has interesting perspectives on how femininity manifests itself. She's drawing on her experiences as a life coach to create a set of archetypes of women and how they get their masculine and feminine aspects confused. She also talks about polarity between the two masculine and feminine energies - which is similar to concepts that are present in tantric systems and in the work of David Deida.”

“The chapter on the ‘Andro –Woman’ was a real eye opener for me. Recognizing this woman, how she operates, how she behaves, and how this type of woman has affected me both on a person and professional level. WOW.”

“Gives great context for beginning your journey - it helps establish the kinds of ‘male women’ and ‘feminine men’ you might encounter, and how their various problems can be solved through a shift in polarity.”

“I strongly recommend Jennifer Granger’s Feminine Lost because it clearly conveys a deep understanding of the true obstacles to creating change in our global society and practical ways to overcome them.”

“This book has been absolutely essential in helping me to realize why I have been failing with previous relationships. The author’s views about Femininity and that of it being LOST are wonderful. She is inspirational in her mission to convey that women can and should be successful and feminine all at the same time.”

“A really great read. I would highly recommend this book to any Female (or Male) who is looking for more balance in their personal or professional life with regards to relationships.”

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  • Deserves Multiple Readings
  • Easy To Read
  • Informative
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