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The definitive guide to turning thirty . . .
Women approaching the big 3-0 have a powerful force to contend with. The panic of this age is universal— wrinkles inexorably appear, careers and relationships crash like out-of-control aircraft, and the biological clock is ticking louder than ever. This phenomenon is the Saturn Return, the first major milestone of adulthood.
Surviving Saturn’s Return is just what you need to survive this profound, provocative, and sometimes chaotic journey.
Sherene Schostak and Stefanie Iris Weiss combine their psychological and astrological expertise to teach you:
Surviving Saturn’s Return is the first book of its kind to answer the earth-shattering questions that arise at this quarter-life crisis. Whether you’re about to turn thirty or have already crossed the threshold, this book is a life raft in the sometimes-stormy sea of aging.
Stefanie Iris Weiss, M.A., is a New York City-based writer, an adjunct professor of writing and gender studies, and a professional astrologer. She is the author of five self-help books for young adults.
Sherene Schostak, M.A., is a New York City-based psychotherapist and professional astrologer, and the creator of Zodiac Dance: The Work-Out DVD.
For more information and individualized charts, visit the authors' website:
"Fun, funky ... an addicting read for any astrology junkie [that] packs a wallop for anyone approaching her 30th birthday."
“Saturn Returns! Sherene and Stefanie bring a contemporary view of the "coming of age" issues that young women around the age twenty-nine and a half encounter. Focusing on common experiences that arise during the rite-of-passage into full adulthood, this book offers a glimpse into those challenges - with humor and in plain language.” – Erin Sullivan, author of Saturn in Transit
Sherene Schostak, M.A. is a psychotherapist and professional astrologer.
Stefanie Iris Weiss, M.A. is a professor of writing and a professional astrologer.
First of all, a bit of a disclaimer. I've been studying astrology for almost 25 years, and by "studying" I mean actually taking courses and practicing it, not just buying... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Saga
I like it very much, however, it focused more in the first Saturn and not in the Returning of Saturn, I was hoping that it would discuss a bit more regarding the Return of Second... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Maria Luz Alvarez
I found it a little laborious to read but information is very complete. Needs to be more beginner astrologer friendly.Published 13 months ago by Mary Cates
Is like the stupidest thing ever. and the sad thing is I have to write five more words to submPublished 18 months ago by M. fletcher
I thought the book was very informative and an easy read. It helps put things into perspective when your life feels out of control and is making no sense to you at the time..lolPublished on February 20, 2007 by Anonymous
Very interesting, could explain a lot of things. Coincidence? I'm not quite sure but it's worth reading if you're into astrology. Read morePublished on December 12, 2006 by Paisley
This book changed my life! I can't believe the amount of insight the Saturn Return phenomenon can shed on this time in my life. I was blown away. Very funny and well-written. Read morePublished on December 31, 2004 by Adam
I just bought this book and am VERY disappointed. If you are looking for a more 'meaty' book on astrology, then don't get this one. Read morePublished on September 21, 2004 by satire28