Singing at the top of our lungs: women, love, and creativity

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HarperCollins Publishers, Jun 1, 1993 - Psychology - 332 pages
The authors of Too Good for Her Own Good explore the conflicting roles of love and creativity in women's lives and offer suggestions and positive role models for women searching for answers. 25,000 first printing. $20,000 ad/promo. Tour.

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SINGING AT THE TOP OF OUR LUNGS: Women, Love, and Creativity

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A loving, if not very creative, analysis of the conflicts that arise when women try to foster both relationships and personal fulfillment. Family therapists Bepko and Krestan (Too Good for Her Own ... Read full review


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About the author (1993)

Bepko is a family therapist who has specialized for several years in treating alcoholic families. She has published numerous articles on alcoholic family behavior, and is active as a workshop leader and in the training of other family therapists.

Jo-Ann Krestan is a leading marriage and family therapist and addiction counselor who has appeared on such shows as "Oprah" and 20/20 and is co-author of "The Responsibility Trap: A Blueprint for Treating the Alcoholic Family." Her other books include "Singing at the Top of Our Lungs" and "Too Good for Her Own Good." She lives in Surry, Maine, and Castle Valley, Utah.

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