In "Singing At The Top Of Our Lungs: Women, Love, And Creativity", the co-authors of the acclaimed "Too Good For Her Own Good", challenge the traditional view surrounding the seemingly unavaoidable split between love and creative energy. Using examples culled from surveys and in-depth interviews with over 300 women from diverse backgrounds, the authors explore how women think about love, what it means to be creative, and how they integrate the two into their lives.
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Krestan: an internationally known marital and family therapist and addiction counselor has given keynote and plenary addresses all over the world. She has done specials for 20/20 and Oprah Winfrey based on her work. Krestan has also just edited a new book which Free Press is releasing in March 2000. The new book is called "Bridges To Recovery: Addiction, Family Therapy, And Multicultural Treatment". She also has written the book and lyrics for two musical theatre pieces, with Beth Anderson (Who's Who of American Composers).
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