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Life Without Baby Workbook 4: Thriving in a New Happily Ever After

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When your plans and dreams for having children don’t work out, “happily ever after” can feel impossible. How can you embrace the future when you’re still trying to work out where you fit in a world that sees childlessness as “lacking”?

In this final book in a four-book series, Life Without Baby founder Lisa Manterfield starts by dispelling the myth that your life is broke
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Kindle Edition, 56 pages
Published September 22nd 2015 by Steel Rose Press
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I’m Lisa Manterfield and I love telling stories.

I’m a curious cat and I’m fascinated by human behavior and what makes people tick.

I love fish-out-of-water stories of ordinary people in extraordinary situations, especially if those situations delve into the unexplained.

I love digging up nuggets of history—not the vast sweeping stories of events that changed the world, but t
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