Women need each other… Sometimes our job as a friend includes lunch with sharing, laughter and, of course, dessert. Sometimes our role is just to listen, or cry together. The busier and crazier our lives get, the more we need girlfriends to help us decompress, and keep our lives in perspective. This is true whether we are long-married, newlywed, single, widowed, young, old, or somewhere in between.
Our problems might be different, but we can all recognize the emotions involved. When your hand goes to your heart in empathy, you know you connect to the words. When you wipe away a tear, you can feel the emotions resonate. When you become upset, as unpleasant memories surface, the bond between us strengthens.
This book was written for all women. Its lighthearted approach is filled with humor, profound insights, and powerful encouragement. Explore all the different roles the “I…” reveals. I’m certain you’ll feel a connection with many of them.
In her business, Words & Deeds, Inc., Connie edits book manuscripts in many genres for her clients. She is also deeply involved in Women ofWords (WOW) writing group for women. She has written two books, the first an anthology of 41 people’s stories: When Polio Came Home: How Ordinary People Overcame Extraordinary Challenges. Her second book was In My Next Life I Want to be My Dog.
Contact Connie: ConnieAnderson@gmail.com