The Fierce Beauty Club: Girlfriends Discovering Power and Celebrating Body and Soul

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Fair Winds, Jul 1, 2001 - Health & Fitness - 230 pages
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Combining anecdote with psychological and cultural insight, this guide provides women with a revolutionary nine-step program for unleashing personal power, discovering community, and celebrating body and soul. It is rooted in the stories of eight real women (self-described Fierce Beauties) who began to hold regular meetings in 1990 to offer each other emotional and spiritual support. Together they confronted the big and small issues associated with being a woman in today's world.

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The Fierce Beauty Club

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Herron, executive director of the Gender Relations Institute and the Fatherhood Coalition, recounts the stories of a group of eight women who met for years in a Santa Barbara, CA, art studio to become ... Read full review

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Okay. It's about a women's support group. I have very supportive friends with whom I can talk about anything with so I'm not finding anything new. Read full review

About the author (2001)

Elizabeth Herron lives in Santa Barbara, California. She is the co-author with her husband of Gender War, Gender Peace.

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