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And I Thought Divorce Was Bad: With Other Life Lessons

And I Thought Divorce Was Bad With Other Life Lessons When your life changes where do you find yourself How do you find yourself This is a collection of short stories and poems describing the journey of four women as they cope with life accept the chang

  • Title: And I Thought Divorce Was Bad: With Other Life Lessons
  • Author: Wilnona Marie AlexisRose Shel Bee Jade Dee Lin Dub
  • ISBN: 9781514812068
  • Page: 393
  • Format: Paperback
  • When your life changes where do you find yourself How do you find yourself This is a collection of short stories and poems describing the journey of four women as they cope with life, accept the changes, and discover their new selves.

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    1. I borrowed this book from a friend then bought it for myself. It was awesome!!!! If you ever been through something in your life this book will hit home. The poems are very strong some of the shorts have some miss spelled words and a few grammar issues. Overall, it was great . Get ready to cry with these authors.Get ready to be inspired and do some self examination. Most definitively read "A Shiner" by Alexis Rose "I Learn" by Shel-Bee, National Cajones Day, and Rambling thoughts of mindless min [...]

    2. Wow! This book starts off with a wallop to the emotions and doesn't let go, from the "Favorite Book" poem, then "Shiner", it just keeps going searching your soul and asking questions of that soul. That is if you can get beyond the misspelled words,and occasional format/grammar issue. My friend gave me this book and said I should give it a shot. It was a welcomed shock from what I normally read. I am normally obsessed about what I read being perfect but this book really pulls an emotional respons [...]

    3. It was good poetry.It was a good book a few grammar and spelling mistakes. But all in all was the kind of book that makes you think, reflect on what steps you have made and where you are going next.

    4. This was one of the change my life books. I've never been divorced but the life lessons hit home with me and it changed my perspective. It will make you think or cry. There are glaring errors in the book.

    5. This is a book that gives you another perspective on how people get through the hardships of marriage,divorce, and relationships. Ways to stay strong through all relationship battles.

    6. I only joined to review this book. My girlfriend insisted that I read this book. I sat down expecting a bunch prattling on about their feelings and complaining about men that left them behind. The first section of the book was a lot of that, but they kept it short. The life lessons were like conversations with the authors. When I began reading and saw it was poetry I tried to dredge up my thirty years as an English teacher to be ready to analyze the meanings, but the ladies were direct and conci [...]

    7. I received this book for free for an honest review.A collection of poetry, words of wisdom and short stories, all surrounding the subject of a relationship gone wrong, and through the healing process. After a short prologue poem the first item of prose is called “A Shiner” a hard hitter in more way that one. There was one or two small grammatical things I saw, but that's just me being a bit picky as it was not enough to take away from the heart-string pulling writing.Well worth a read

    8. This book is amazing it has something for everyone! As a women you face many things in your journey of life. Sometimes you can feel that no one understands but you owe it to yourself to read this book and join the many women who are in the struggle with you and you will never be alone.

    9. This book is a pleasant surprise. It is interesting, and barring a few minor grammatical errors, is well written. I would definitely recommend this book to any person going through any major life change, especially when it comes to divorce and other matters of the heart. Luckily I have never had to deal with divorce (that would require actually acquiring a husband), but it was still an interesting read nonetheless. I would definitely give "And I Thought Divorce Was Bad: With Other Life Lessons" [...]

    10. This is truly a five star book. I picked it up for a long plane ride. I thought I would get some sleep when I got bored. I NEVER got bored. It's inspiring and so connected to my life and struggles. It's like the author knew me. If i could pick one downfall about this book it's the title lesson one is about divorce but the rest of the book is not. I would call it ten life lessons for every woman.

    11. Absolutely worth reading. Soul touching book with exceptional tuition into the female soul. These authors know what they are doing.

    12. "Not for me " & "Shiner" are intense poems. The poetry is hard hitting and I liked it a lot, which was a surprise to me. I finished the book and found myself still thinking about. Although it's not really about divorce.

    13. A quick read very inspirational. Would love to know if the authors do speaking engagements. Hard to keep up with the individual authors growth. It's Not really about divorce, it's about life as a woman.

    14. A book with many life lessons, which includes something for everyone. Very inspirational .I received this book from a Giveaway

    15. I am a survivor of domestic abuse so this book was so special to me. Leaving a relationship and trying to get back into the dating world. It was a mirror of how it felt to try and gauge what is normal in a new relationship and how emotional abuse shadows thoughts and second guesses what happens after, be it love society or the lines of normality. I think this is a book for survivors of some sort of tragedy or bumps and bruises. It for when you are mature and can look back. It should a must read [...]

    16. I was completely surprised by this brilliant collaboration of real-life art and storytelling. This book is a descriptive, amazingly witty, creative, and heartfelt take on the (sometimes secret) pains and sacred desires of a woman's evolving heart and mind. The stories reminded me that in life, you don't always get a choice what changes are imposed on you day-to-day but you can choose to be honest about your feelings, take note of the lessons learned and do whatever it takes to make your soul tru [...]

    17. I won a copy of this book during a giveaway. I am under no obligation to leave a review or rating and do so voluntarily. I am paying it forward by passing this book along to a friend who I think will enjoy it too.

    18. And I Thought Divorce Was Bad is a collection of short stories and poems with a focus on life’s hardships written by a group of women. What was most refreshing about this piece of literature is that women everywhere will be able to relate to at least one subject that was brought up. This piece doesn’t shy away from tough subjects and “The Shiner” will definitely bring about an emotional response. Nevertheless, the book began to become repetitive and although no two pieces was just alike, [...]

    19. I received a copy of this book through the Giveaway program for an open and honest review. I have to say, I was very disappointed. I'm not sure if the copy I received was a galley (unedited print) but there were numerous grammatical errors and typos that made some pieces almost impossible to understand. Some of the poems were powerful pieces and well written, however for the most part I found this collection to be underwhelming.

    20. The book will knock your socks off. "A Shiner" brings tears to the eyes. "Stronger Than" is another favorite. The book is divided into life lessons instead of chapters. They tie the sections together. each lady has their say and they move your heart. You can identify with them. It's like you are talking to them. I appreciate the journey. Obviously, it is not just a book for women.

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