She knows me inside and out and loves me anyway.
We were not very close growing up. You're practically written it already! I am honored to have my piece included in this compilation, and to be among the 50 women writers, many of whom I have had the opportunity to connect with via our blogs, twitter or facebook. I am beyond thrilled for Jessica and Stephanie, who have worked tirelessly to pull our voices together in this meaningful collection.
Please consider purchasing this book or e-book as a gift for the women in your life this holiday season.
- The HerStories Project: Stories of Friendship from the Sandbox to the Inbox.
- WOMEN OF FAITH.
- Flesh and Blood (DS Minter Book 1)?
- Seeking Solutions to Self-injury: A Guide for Young People?
- Grandpas Portal.
Check Out ModernWell. Unscripted Mom. Via Scary Mommy! Friday Faves! Many of us can relate to the complexity, the pain, and the lasting impact female friendships have on our lives. The beauty of these essays is that, in spite of our differences, there are so many universal truths to female friendship.
- The HerStories Project – A Design So Vast?
- The HerStories Project - Mommy, For Real?
- Sept mers et treize rivières (French Edition);
- The Principle of Equilibrium: Theory of Everything;
While each story is unique and different, we think they will resonate with the women who read them. Sarah Monson, Editor. Image from Amazon. Jessica Smock is a freelance writer who lives in Buffalo, New York with her husband and toddler son. After a career in education and research, Jessica earned her doctorate in educational policy last spring.
The HerStories Project: Women Explore the Joy, Pain, and Power of Female Friendship
Whether you identify with the new mother who struggles with loneliness, the woman who looks forward to her social media notifications, the challenging and complex relationship of sisters, or the stories of friends that have drifted apart, you will recognize yourself somewhere in the pages of this book. She earned her doctorate in educational policy from Boston University last spring after more than a decade as a middle school teacher and curriculum coordinator. She is a graduate of Wesleyan University and wrote her thesis on the transition to first-time motherhood.
- The Mother-in-law Dance?
- About HerStories.
- See a Problem?;
- The History of the First West India Regiment.
She writes about parenting, education, and books at her blog School of Smock and at the Huffington Post. Stephanie Sprenger is a freelance writer, music therapist, and mother of two young daughters.
The HerStories Project
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The HerStories Project
Overview The bonds of women's friendship can be more intimate than marriage, and just as essential to emotional health. From the childhood friend who broke your heart to the college roommate who witnessed you at your highest and lowest, from the lost friendship that ended bitterly to the devoted companion who is still in your life, from the bond that was forged due to shared grief to the shaky connection born with new motherhood, all women have stories to tell about their friendships. The HerStories Project: Women Explore the Joy, Pain, and Power of Female Friendship is a collection of essays from over 50 women writers, encompassing tales of friendship from the sandbox to the inbox.
Product Details About the Author. About the Author Jessica Smock is a writer, educator, former teacher, researcher, and mom to a toddler son who lives in Buffalo, New York. Show More.