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Judy Ford is the author of the award-winning Wonderful Ways series. Her articles have appeared in Family Circle Magazine, USA Today, Good Housekeeping, Woman's Day, Women's World, and Glamour. Her media appearances include Oprah, CNN and National Public Radio. She lives in Kirkland, Washington, where she maintains a psychotherapy practice and keeps a regular speaking and workshop schedule throughout the year.
Some of the advice is pretty cheesy, but overall it was a good read, it's good for anyone who just got dumped.Published 4 days ago by R. Mercurio
I thought the book was thoughtful, helpful, and pretty damn funny! Some of the information is common sense. Well, most of the information is common sense. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Katrina2774
After separating from my "not so much" husband. Then becoming a caregiver to my Mom, one of my best friends, who became ill and then after her passing I had my "whoa", I am... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Michelle Palismo
I've had to learn to be single (even if I'm not) just so that I can becore more confident and sure of myself. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Julie Giovannoni
She definitely has some interesting tips an things to try a and makes excellent points and added some fun to the kind of reading I'm doing latelyPublished 3 months ago by DD
I'm learning to love being single and on my own. This is a great transitional book for women who are transitioning from a committed relationship and are unsure of what is next. Read morePublished 3 months ago by jazze13
It is just what I needed to read/see. It makes me feel good about being single and motivates me. I am now ready to go out and conquer the world.Published 3 months ago by Ashley Pontes
This is a wonderful book, very provocative and insightful. It completely delivers, you will not understand singledom the same way again.Published 5 months ago by La Yhadira
This book was useful for a young single woman to keep positive direction and future focus moving forward after a break upPublished 5 months ago by Eleanor Capel