See? I told you it would do nothing for you!
But what has it really done for you?
The stuff i mention sounds crazy and I know i sound like an odd ball, but i'm base my personal opinion off a collection of real teachings (not heretical Gnostisim etc). Lets put it this way, a woman can do a whole bunch of 'bad' things, but they arent sins and wont lead you into darkness. But a book that promotes any kind of negativity on a mothers role as a wife and mother, the nature of a woman that God created her for, to give life. Eve means life (giver).
To have a book in the house that in any way defiles Gods creation is one of those few things that are 'haram' or forbidden from being in the house - its no different than Ouiji board or Terrot cards.
Women look to older women for personal advice (men arent allowed). I know she has 3 kids and she's your senior, but she's not your sister serving God in this life. If she gives advice to degrade the experience of motherhood in the eyes of women and promotes selfishness, and things like removing headrests that put kids in danger, then God will take this up with her. But shes not someone to look up to, or have her works in in your house. TV is ok and entertainment. So is a lot of other viewing you might be surprised. But seeking advice from a Humanist who promotes going ofter you soul, defiling the teachings of Orthodox, and furthermore shedding your role under God as negative, then this defiles God.
Seeking advice on something so grand and on a spiritual level from a non kosher woman defiles God as well as leads you into darkness is 'haram'. Not an actual sin though. It's the path it leads down. God recognizes this before the sin happens (see cain and abel). His shinning light is his smile on you and your blessing. The book isnt a sin in itself, neither is reading it, but it dims the light and the smile from God. The thoughts of these people will alienate you from you husband. When woman doesnt have a husband, shes much more likely to seek advice from other women and life coach types which is secular and unfulfilling. The woman is lost, and the gurus are there to tell her how great she is. But it's a smoke screen and not fulfilling.
If a woman is married, she has almost no obligation aside from believing in YHWH because she is already so righteous. She's the Jewel of Gods creation. She gives life to the world just like God gives life. Men and women have different roles before God, and we're not equal.
I could stretch it even further and suggest that a woman is so special, she can rightfully marry any man, regardless of his religion, and even convert to that religion, as long as he believes in YHWH the creator (this would exlude Mormons). I would even go further and say that even if the man was to go to hellfire for his religion, the wife would still go to heaven. Men arent allowed to do this.
But she is only righteous when she's with her husband. When she's not, then she tends to listen to snakes and get the wrong idea. In todays world of Secular Humanism (equality), the preaching of this 'religion' is buried in everything. Its goal is to corrupt everything good and go polar opposite what God wants (which is a sign of Satan).
So the woman can do pretty much anything, but the one thing, to have haram in the house that defiles Gods creation... I personally categorize it with Terrot cards or a Ouiji Board. Just my opinion of course..