Reflections From A Woman Alone

Reflections From A Woman Alone

A Lighthearted Look at A Journey Toward Wholeness

Book - 2001
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The truth about happiness, heartbreak, and helping each other.

A natural storyteller and humorist, Corinne Edwards welcomes you to her world in this unapologetic memoir about rediscovering herself and realizing her true feminine power as a single woman. Sharing letters she wrote to family members and friends after the death of her husband, Edwards allows readers to eavesdrop on her most intimate thoughts, fears, regrets, and realizations about surviving heartbreak and adjusting to life on her own. She invites as many laughs as tears in disclosing personal revelations about grief, growth, and divine guidance.

"When I wasn't laughing, I had tears in my eyes. Every woman will find a piece of her life here as she travels toward wholeness."
Arielle Ford, author of Hot Chocolate for the Mystical Lover

"I was deeply touched by this book. It brought me to smiles and it brought me to tears. Most of all, it brought me to the truth of how real people live real life. I cannot remember being so moved. This book is a wonderful gift, and your life will be enriched by reading it. Don't pass this by. If peering into the soul of another is a conversation with God--and it is--that is what you are about to have here. You will not soon forget what has been revealed to you."
Neale Donald Walsch, author of Conversations with God

"This is a delightful book and a needed look at the powerful path single women take in our society. It is written from the heart."
Judith Orloff, M.D., author of Dr. Judith Orloff's Guide to Intuitive Healing

"Reflections from a Woman Alone is a heroic account of a single woman's pursuit of self-love and dignity in a male-identified world. It is refreshingly candid, often hilarious, and definitely true. It is a must for all women, no matter their age or relationship status."
Sonia Choquette, Ph.D., author of True Balance and The Psychic Pathway

Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : Transitions Bookplace ; Center City, Minn. : Hazelden, 2001
ISBN: 9781568386225
Branch Call Number: 306.88 EDW
Characteristics: xvi, 190 p. ; 20 cm


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