After Me, You Come First

Front Cover, Jan 14, 2008 - Self-Help - 116 pages
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Women often try to be everything to everybody. Career, children, relationships, education make so many demands on their time they forget to take care of themselves. After Me, You Come First is a practical guide to making choices. It discusses working women, working moms, stay at home moms, single parenting, child care and the challenges to those who don't have children. It also addresses the increasing number of men and women in the Sandwich Generation who are caring for elderly parents while still raising their own families and working. It is a manual of self-care for everyone but especially directed to women. The book shows you how being selfish can be a good and even necessary thing. The authors Sara Armstrong and Lillian Redding bring a wealth of life experience to this subject. They have survived marriage, single parenting, loss, joy, pain, utter exhaustion and have learned how to say no without guilt.

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