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There are many ways to define a woman: daughter, mother, wife, professional, friend, student....We are each special and unique, yet we share a common connection. What bonds all women are our mutual experiences of loving and learning: feeling the tenderness of love; forging lifelong friendships; pursuing a chosen career; giving birth to new life; juggling the responsibilities of job and family; and more.

This shining collection brings you inspiration and comfort in special chapters on marriage, motherhood, aging, bridging the generations, attitude, self-esteem, and higher wisdom. Stories honor the strength and reveal the beauty of the feminine spirit.

Whether you are a career woman or a stay-at-home mom, a teenager or a senior, a young woman just starting out or a woman of the world, this delightful book will be a treasured companion for many years to come.

©1996 Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen, Jennifer Read Hawthorne, and Marci Shimoff. All rights reserved.; (P)1996 Health Communications, Inc.

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  • 04-28-14

Heartwarming

If you could sum up Chicken Soup for the Woman's Soul in three words, what would they be?

As expected... Yet too short.

What did you like best about this story?

The book was inspiring.

Which scene was your favorite?

I am not really sure!

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

I am not sure.