Girlfriends: Invisible Bonds, Enduring Ties

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Wildcat Canyon Press, 1995 - Family & Relationships - 230 pages
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Almost any woman will tell you that her friendships with other women are among the most rewarding relationships she has. In this remarkable book, real-life girlfriends Carmen Renee Berry and Tamara Traeder explore the depths and complexities of women's relationships and the joy, sustenance, and power they bring. The ideal gift for special friends, girlfriends celebrates the steadfast, wonderful women in our lives.

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User Review  - turtlesleap - LibraryThing

I wanted to like this book more than I did. It's a lovely concept, this aggregation of stories and observations about friendships among women. The thing is, it became very repetitive and, consequently ... Read full review

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User Review  - Nancy Zorn - Goodreads

Received this book in a batch of hand-me-downs. I brought it with me on a trip I took to Bali with my girlfriend. It seemed appropriate. The book is filled with short stories about women, our life ... Read full review

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About the author (1995)

Carmen Renee Berry is the author of seventeen books including girlfriends, on the New York Times best-seller list for fifty-two weeks, and her latest title, The Unauthorized Guide to Sex and the Church. She is a nationally-noted speaker, publishing consultant, and former psychotherapist. Carmen has several master's degrees-social work, social sciences, and history. Her first book was published in 1988 and she has appeared on hundreds of radio and television programs such as Oprah and CNN.

Traeder is the publisher of PageMill Press, a publisher of psychology titles. She formerly practiced corporate law and continues to practice law in the area of intellectual property. She attended law school at the University of Virginia.

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