All Stressed Up and No Place to Go

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Clerisy Press, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 203 pages
Laughter and hope make the best defense against stress. Here, Lori Borgman takes on life's daily pressures with her trademark homespun humor. There's plenty here to make a woman's eyelids twitch: anxiety about love handles; too much tummy; corduroy pants that make a loud swishing sound when she walks; teaching her son to drive a stick shift; the hormonal roller coaster ride of life past forty; and the challenge of being married to a guy who claims women live longer than men because "man years" are tougher on the body. All Stressed Up and No Place To Go offers up an arsenal of tension-busting laughs, plus an uplifting message about friendship, family, and faith.

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