Knowing Pains: Women on Love, Sex and Work in Our 40s
Molly Tracy Rosen
Wingspan Press, 2008 - Biography & Autobiography - 232 pages
Have you ever wondered how other women survived their 40's? You'll get an earful in Knowing Pains, an honest, humorous, thoughtful and diverse collection of essays by real women who aren't afraid to tell their age and tell it like it is. Sex, marriage, love, divorce, motherhood, singlehood, passion, obsession. Nothing is off-limits to this startlingly fresh group of new female voices that Molly Rosen has brought together to swap stories and compare notes on the desires, influences and events that have impacted and shaped their midlives. Collectively, they form a true picture of how real women not only survive their 40's, but thrive with dignity, courage and laughter.
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Review: Knowing Pains: Women on Love, Sex and Work in Our 40sUser Review - Therese Gilardi - Goodreads
totally biased as i am a contributor - but i really enjoy dipping into this book whenever i need a laugh. i'm especially fond of the essay about gray hair. Read full review