Girl Talk 101 A Simple But Yet Complete Guide to Getting Your ''Stuff'' Together!: Ladies This Is the Course You Didn't Get In College

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Xlibris Corporation, Apr 28, 2010 - Self-Help - 139 pages
In her first personal growth book, Girl Talk 101: A Simple But Yet Complete Guide To Getting Your Stuff Together, author Erin Johnell Dickey examines many issues in which women face. These issues (better known as stuff) are hindering many women from enjoying all that life has to offer them. It is imperative that women address inner issues such as pain inflicted by others and self inflicted pain caused by negligence. Women must also make their dreams become reality. This book is meant to be an easy reader so that women on the go will have time to read it and apply it in their daily lives.

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Hi Ladies!!! I am so excited to release Girl Talk 101: A Simple But Yet Complete Guide to Getting Your "Stuff Together!" I know that this book will help change your lives in postive ways. Girl Talk is a thought provoking, inspirational book to help women get past their faults and live. We all have experienced some kind of pain, whether self inflicted or caused by others. However, it's time to get past the past and enjoy what life has to offer. Ladies, join me on facebook and feel free ro read the post. Please pick up a copy and join the conversation!!! 


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Chapter 7
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Chapter 9
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Erin Johnell Dickey is an author, educator, mentor, and motivational speaker. She possesses a very positive outlook on life and is dedicated to sharing her happiness and positive energy to every woman she meets. She is dedicated to empowering women through education and personal growth classes. Erin Dickey received her undergraduate degree from Albany State University and received her graduate degree from Troy University. Her belief is that education both academically and personally unlocks doors to many opportunities in life and enhances one's character.

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