Chocolate Therapy

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Spring Creek Book Company, Jan 1, 2006 - Religion - 233 pages
12 Reviews
No one in my immediate family knows about my stash of candy bars. I share them from time to time, but my family doesn't know where the candy bars come from.'Joan Spencer has a secret. Hidden in her kitchen cupboard, behind the pots and pans, lives a box of candy bars. Milk chocolate, no almonds.Joan considers the chocolate her secret weapon in her life full of stressful situations'her teenage children are becoming harder to understand, and her next door neighbor, Lila, seems to find pleasure in making Joan miserable. Plus, her divorced sister Marilyn has a new boyfriend that she refuses to introduce to the family until the time is right.And now, Joan and Marilyn's father, who disappeared from their lives thirty years ago, suddenly reappears, wanting to be a part of their lives'a big part of their lives.Armed with an endless supply of chocolate bars, Joan is ready to face life head on, and she just might come out a winner!

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User Review  - Anne Forester - Goodreads

This is a delightful easy read. Made me laugh! The author does a good job painting a realistic, yet humorous picture of an LDS stay at home wife and mother. The story had a good overall message. Read full review

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User Review  - Nadine - Goodreads

Joan's life as wife and mother is pretty normal, including all the stresses and joys. Nothing relieves those stress and celebrates the joys as well as a good, old fashioned, milk chocolate bar-- eaten alone or shared with someone. A fun read! Read full review

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