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Ask Me About My Divorce: Women Open Up About Moving On

It’s time to get past the idea that divorce equals failure. Sure, it may not be what you had in mind when you walked down the aisle, but if it’s the escape hatch into a better life, it should be filled with more promise. It can be celebrated.

Ask Me About My Divorce is a spicy, fun, riveting collection of essays by women from all walks of life. With the unifying thread "I got divorced, and the world came into view," the words within will make readers laugh, cry, nod their heads, and feel inspired to do what they need to for themselves…

Submitted:May 1, 2009
Brand:Seal Press
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Ask Me About My Divorce: Women Open Up About Moving ON

Read new author Julie Hammond's Chapter "The Love List" in Book: "Ask Me About My #Divorce: Women Open Up About Moving On": "First a list of losses: 7 yr marriage, a home, the feeling of security that comes when you know you belong to 1 particular person..after my husband told me he was done with our marriage...these losses were inevitable