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Mommy Confidential: Adventures from the Wonderbelly of Motherhood By Melinda Roberts
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Take a woman fresh out of college, plop her down in Silicon Valley, saddle her with a mortgage, let her ride the tech boom, give her three babies in four years, slap her with the tech bust, watch... More > vicariously as her marriage disintegrates, end her career, and hand her a computer. What do you get? A memoir in real time adapted from the wildly popular weblog, The Mommy Blog.Mommy Confidential is a naked, brutally funny, endearingly honest chronicle of family life beset by disaster on many fronts. Mindy keeps her family together through catastrophic illness, four bouts of postpartum depression, financial peril, relationship Chernobyl, familial Waterloo, and job instability. All through it her sense of humor and her sharp, edgy, witty writing keep her together and upright.< Less
Memorygrabber Life Story Workbook By Michael Boyter
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Memorygrabber is a 264 page fill-in-the-blank lifestory workbook. Designed for the non-writer in mind, Memorygrabber uses multiple methods to spark memories from your past and help you organize them... More > to pass them on to your kids and grandkids. Complete the sentence, fill in the blank, list compiling and yes/no questions are just a few of the methods used to make preserving lifetime memories fun and very doable.< Less
If Your Teen Ask, ‘Why Don’t You Trust ME?’ Look Them Square in The Eye & Tell Them You Do! By Coach Nakumbe
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Learn how to respond instead of react to your teen(s) when they ask "why don't you trust me"? This guide will walk you through key steps and teach you why "trust" has nothing to... More > do with anything... A must have for every parent of a teenager!< Less
Almost 18 " A Mother's Journey Through Grief " By Paula Marie Osipovitch
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My daughter Trisha left this world due to a reckless driver just one month short of her eighteenth birthday. Confusion, rage, anger, and denial became my new world. I felt alone, as if I were free... More > falling for years. But my words are a sanctuary. My desire is to bring awareness to other parents who have lost children. My message is to convey to bereaved parents that they are not alone on this journey and their feelings are not only acceptable, but also normal. I hope to provide a forum in which those who suffer as I have can compare their feelings along with mine, can share in the same emotions I have, as we try to learn the best way to continue moving along in a world that for us can never be the same.< Less