This is a workbook for high-achieving women who are entering midlife and want to emerge from this transi tion whole and renewed. The author reframes the concept of m idlife so that it can be looked upon as an enriching persona l adventure. '
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Kathleen Lundquist holds a doctorate from the College of Education, University of Minnesota. As a transformational teacher with over twenty-five years of experience, she has worked with students between the ages of three and eighty-three, in the United States, Canada, and Spain. As a young widow and single parent, Kathleen co-founded the Minnesota Center for Grief and Loss, for which she received an Outstanding Leadership Award from the Minnesota Division of the American Cancer Society. Currently Kathleen models her deep commitment to service and lifelong learning in parenting her teenage daughter, practicing meditation and Tai Chi Chih, writing nonfiction, and operating Crossroads, an Educational consulting firm that focuses on issues related to the spirituality of aging at midlife and beyond.
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Book Description Llewellyn Publications, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 1567184472