Women in Midlife Crisis

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Tyndale House Pub, 1984 - Psychology - 394 pages
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This carefully researched, compassionate volume of encouragement and direction for women coping with mid-life is equally helpful for counselors and families.

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He is a woodsman by nature & a writer by passion. He is a 3-tour Marine combat troop leader & an accomplished primitive woodwright. He holds double Master's degrees & lives in rural mid-Michigan.

Sally Conway held a MS in education from the University of Illinois and she was a writer, seminar speaker, counselor, University professor, and a radio and TV person. She was the Vice President and co-founder of Midlife Dimensions - a ministry whose mission statement is, "Strengthening and Healing Midlife Marriages." Sally died in 1997 after a 7 year battle with breast cancer, but her husband Jim continues the ministry.

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