Dickinson has made a career out of helping others, through her internationally syndicated advice column "Ask Amy." Readers love her for her honesty ...Show synopsisDickinson has made a career out of helping others, through her internationally syndicated advice column "Ask Amy." Readers love her for her honesty and for the fact that her motto is "I make the mistakes so you don't have to." Here, she shares those mistakes and her remarkable story.Hide synopsis
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A great book for anyone who's gone through a personal crisis and decided to go "home" and heal. The author was fortunate to have a group of strong women she could turn to as she raised her daughter as a single mother. Her daughter was fortunate to establish relationships with all those wonderful women.
I enjoyed this book because I personally cherish the strong, older female members of my family who are starting to pass away and the small towns in which they lived which are also passing away. Something about this combination made these women extraordinary in ways I wonder if we will see in my generation.
I'm not sure why but this book didn't really hold my interest yet I certainly seemed to enjoy Amy's personality. Maybe it is just me, and my mood isn't what it should be to read something like this right now. At any rate, the book had some very charming, and humorous moments regarding Amy's quest to bounce back after a divorce. I especially enjoyed the relationship between Amy and her daughter--her daughter taught Amy many a lesson regarding life's curve balls.
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