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When I Say No, I Feel Guilty by Manuel J. SmithRead When I Say No, I Feel Guilty
And They Lived…Happily Never After? by Dr. Barbara Dydyk, psychologist.
The book deals with issues women face such as the loss and grieving of the marriage; the children and their experience of divorce; surviving and caring for herself and how to and when to deal with new relationships.Read And They Lived…Happily Never After?
The Journal of Best Practices: A Memoir of Marriage, Asperger Syndrome, and One Man’s Quest to Be a Better Husband by David FinchRead The Journal of Best Practices: A Memoir of Marriage, Asperger Syndrome, and One Man’s Quest to Be a Better Husband
The Divorce Workbook for Children: Help for Kids to Overcome Difficult Family Changes and Grow Up Happy by Lisa M. SchabRead The Divorce Workbook For Children
Listen to a podcast with Sara and Nia Vardalos: The Road to Adoption and Beyond: A mother’s story.Read Instant Mom
May this be the best year of your life: A memoir, by Sandra Bornstein
Stepping outside of our comfort zone and deciding to take an unknown path towards a strange new world is never easy. As I lived vicariously alongside Sandra by reading her memoir, I found myself inspired by a woman whose love of f...Read May this be the best year of your life: A memoir
22 things a woman must know if she loves a man with Asperger’s Syndrome by Rudy SimoneRead 22 things a woman must know if she loves a man with Asperger’s Syndrome
I know about IQ and EQ, but now there’s also Creative IQ. In their new book by the same name, authors Jo-Anne Schneeweiss and Shelley Sefton, write about “giving young learners the creative edge in a competitive world.” Written for parents and teachers, this book is certainly a creative endeav...Read Creative IQ