Wies Enthoven

Wies Enthoven is a writer, journalist and teacher. Her focus is always on the narrative people tell her. How do they look at themselves? What is their life story? Being an eldest daughter, she discovered how much women in this position have in common.

Books By Wies Enthoven

  1. The Eldest Daughter Effect

    The Eldest Daughter Effect

    By Lisette Schuitemaker
    By Wies Enthoven

    The authors discuss qualities that characterize eldest daughters and why, in spite of being more intelligent, verbally proficient, and motivated to perform than their siblings, they doubt they are good enough. This book demonstrates how firstborn girls become who they are, how to give them more freedom, and the best ways to support them.