Back on Track: How to Straighten Out Your Life When It Throws You a Curve

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Simon & Schuster, 1997 - Social Science - 256 pages
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Deborah Norville, recounts her own harrowing story among profiles of other women in crisis. These women, who have shared their stories with Norville, have faced some of life's most distressing events, from a battle with breast cancer to a painful divorce, from the loss of a loved one to financial ruin. Based on her own success with reconstructing her life at its nadir, Norville offers, with warmth and wit, a clear, practical ten-point plan for enduring crises and.

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Back on track: how to straighten out your life when it throws you a curve

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Norville got a lot of heat for allegedly ousting Jane Pauley from the Today Show, and she has set herself up to take more heat by writing an amazingly weak book. The stated purpose is to tell other ... Read full review

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GOODBYE MISS SCARLETT
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FACING FACTS
39
STEP BY STEP
61
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About the author (1997)

Deborah Norville has been the two-time Emmy-winning anchor of Inside Edition" since 1995. She is also a New York Times" bestselling author.

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