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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.
A couple parts made me laugh out loud.
On one side of the coin, I really like the single life that I've created for myself and on the other side I feel lonely in what often seems like a world of couples.
This is all done in a warm humorous manner that makes this book useful, informative and fun to read.
I found this little book a useful jump-start for mornings and anytime moments I doubted my choices. The age-specific perspectives are timeless and the to-do lists kept me thinking.Published 1 month ago by Rian Marie Extavour
This is an amazing and helpful book to help guide you into taking control of your life and happiness. Read morePublished 3 months ago by DJ Velocity43
I thought this would enhance my positive feelings about the single life, but the single life is great. Greatness doesn't need to be explained.Published 3 months ago by Lydia D Smith
Good book. This book helped me focus on all the positives and get out of my own pity party after going through my divorce (after 20 years of marriage).Published 3 months ago by Kristen
Having recently ended a relationship, I got tired of hearing people say, "The right guy will be along any minute now." Or.... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Wanda
Gave this book to a friend who had asked for it and she had just gone thru a divorce and needed some "outside" guidance.Published 4 months ago by max
The book gave an insight on the benefits of single life which I loved, but some things were a little depressing have to admit.Published 6 months ago by Princess
It was written in bits and pieces with no unity, harmony, balance and proportion. I wanted to be comforted because my husband recentlly dies. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Wanda J. Stapleton
I though I was buying a book to discuss being single and how to live a fulfilled single life...no stigma etc... Read morePublished 9 months ago by calartgrl