Women Who Do Too Much: Stress and the Myth of the Superwoman

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HarperCollins Canada, Limited, Feb 1, 1996 - Health & Fitness - 288 pages
In striving to successfully combine marriage, motherhood, homemaking, and a career, many women find themselves frazzled. This book challenges every woman to reduce her own stress by prayerfully seeking God's plan for her life and by clearing away such hindrances to that plan as overcommitment, unforgiveness, disorganization, or even clutter.

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About the author (1996)

Patricia Sprinkle was born in West Virginia, but grew up in North Carolina and Florida. After graduating from Vasser College where she studied creative writing, Sprinkle spent a year writing in the Scottish Highlands. Sprinkle has written non-fiction articles for religious magazines such as Guideposts and has also written educational materials on hunger. Sprinkle enjoys reading mysteries, and since 1988, Sprinkle has written twenty mystery novels. Sprinkle and her husband live in Georgia. They have two grown children.

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