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Only grown-ups get divorced, right? It doesn't happen to women in their 20s or 30s - or does it? "The Divorced Girls' Society" is the real-life unfolding of what happens to a formerly married thirty-something when the statistics happen to you. Punctuated with advice from jennifer O'Connell to her best friend, Vicki King, this unique book is the first work that integrates two points of view - the one trying to navigate the heady (but often silly and ridiculous) waters of divorce and the other attempting to balance the roles of cheerleader, cynic and still-married best friend."The Divorced Girls Society" provides practical advice, tough love, and a touch of empathetic girlfriend humour on topics such as: getting through the first 24 hours; going public' with the news to family and friends; working through the five stages of divorce grief; keeping composure during family gatherings and holidays; taking extra care of oneself - and the children; and dating again!
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Vicki King (Richmond, VA), is a senior brand manager with a Fortune 200 financial services firm. She has worked in magazine publishing, holding positions at Harper's Bazaar and The New Yorker. She lives with her daughter. Jennifer O'Connell (Boston area, MA), is the author of four chick lit novels and is the editor of Everything I Needed to Know about being a Girl I learned from Judy Blume. A market strategy consultant, she lives with her husband and two children.
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