I’m Dr. Susan Edelman. I’m a psychiatrist and an Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor at Stanford.
Over the last 29 years of private practice, I’ve realized a dangerous trend. Despite advances, women across generations still struggle with having a voice and standing up for themselves. We think it’s getting better, but it’s not.
That same struggle is why they don’t get what they want from men. It’s painful, and in many cases, it stops them from getting what they want out of life.
My patients deserve better—and this is not just a problem for my wonderful patients. It’s global, and we need a new revolution to create change.
That’s why I wrote this book. I want to support the women who will never walk through my office door yet need a helping hand.