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When Bad Things Happen to Good Women
Getting You (or Someone You Love) Through the Toughest Times
Kim Zetter
ISBN: 9781632280169
Book (Paperback)
Viva Editions
$19.95
6 x 9
388 pages
April 12, 2016


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"There is a well-known saying that goes, ‘When one door closes, a window opens.’ When Bad Things Happen to Good Women is YOUR window - into your own heart; into finding ways to move beyond paralyzing fear and grief and into a whole new life of possibility and joy. There are so many - too many - types of loss and devastation we experience throughout the course of our lives; times when more than anything we could truly use a friend. This book is precisely that - a shoulder to lean on and source of advice." --Kristin Highson-Huges, Senior Features Editor, Women’s World Magazine

“Whether you're grieving the loss of a loved one, you're in the midst of financial disaster or almost any other adversity, When Bad Things Happen to Good Women will help you through the pain.” —Amy Morin, licensed clinical social worker and bestselling author of, 13 Things Mentally Strong People Don't Do

When Bad Things Happen to Good Women is a survivor's toolkit written by a leading expert on how to both survive tragedy and thrive afterward. Focusing on dealing with and recovering from the "bad things" that happen in life --from the loss of a loved one, to physical trauma, to losing a business or home--Carole Brody Fleet's book is a chorus of female voices who have overcame intense odds and rebounded. Filled with moving stories, this book also provides specific steps on how to move on through difficult challenges, emotional trauma, or dramatic life changes. Advice for friends and families is also included.

Real-life stories and practical advice on life-altering topics are shared by women of all walks of life. New York Times bestselling author and CBS reporter Lee Woodruff tells the story of how her news correspondent and anchorman husband Bob Woodruff nearly died from a roadside bombing in Iraq. Kristen Moeller of Tiny House Nation on A&E describes the devastating wildfire that destroyed her home and how she overcame losing literally everything. No matter the trauma, Carole Brody Fleet makes sure readers are equipped with the tools and techniques to handle any situation.

Kim Zetter is a journalist who has written extensively about issues related to Judaism and Israel for newspapers and magazines, including the Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, and Jerusalem Post. Her studies of the Kabbalah began more than ten years ago when she lived and worked in Israel among the Hassidic community. She currently lives in Berkeley, California.


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