Reinventing Ourselves After Motherhood: How Former Career Women Refocus Their Personal and Professional Lives After the Birth of a Child

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Contemporary Publishing Company, Apr 1, 2000 - Business & Economics - 272 pages
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Susan Lewis explores the hows and whys of making the decision to halt or alter a career and the ramifications that may result. From reidentifying oneself among peers to the changing relationship with one's spouse, Lewis uses insightful anecdotes, humor, and compassion to help women cope and ultimately thrive during this challenging transition.

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Review: Reinventing Ourselves After Motherhood: How Former Career Women Refocus Their Personal and Professional Lives After the Birth of a Child

User Review  - Laurarsolomon - Goodreads

Generally think feminism is flawed because it uses male standards to set goals for women. But this was a good read and a reasonable perspective on trying to meld the at home mom into a "working" mom Read full review

Review: Reinventing Ourselves After Motherhood: How Former Career Women Refocus Their Personal and Professional Lives After the Birth of a Child

User Review  - Lyn - Goodreads

Excellent! This was the book I was looking for - and is just what the title says it is: how career women refocus after having children. This book was written over 10 years ago, but it still so relevant today. I found myself wanting to underline the entire book. Incredibly helpful for me. Read full review

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About the author (2000)

Susan Lewis is the author of The Hornbeam Tree, which was shortlisted for the Romance Novelists' Association Romantic Novel of the Year Award 2005, and most recently, The Mill House.

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