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Reclaiming Ourselves: How Women Dispel a Legacy of Bad Choices

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As exemplified in the U.S. divorce rate, which exceeds 50 percent, many women are ill-prepared for making important life decisions and for coping with the aftermath of making poor ones.Like Sleeping Beauty, certain women have a tendency to "sleep" through their adult years and to repeat mistakes out of innocence or ignorance. Susan Shapiro Barash interviews 35 women who ha ...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published December 15th 2001 by Berkeley Hills Books
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Susan Shapiro Barash is an established writer of twelve nonfiction women’s issue books. She teaches gender studies Marymount Manhattan College and is a well recognized gender expert. Barash is frequently sought out by newspapers, television shows and radio programs to comment on women’s issues and blogs for the Huffington Post and Psychology Today.

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