A Jewish American Princess Dethroned

A Jewish American Princess Dethroned

by Rhonda Findling
     
 

It was the late 60's: the era of civil riots and anti-war demonstrations. Rhonda Findling's father walked out on her family and moved in with another woman and her children. He chose not to pay child support, which left her family impoverished. This is an inspirational, true story of a young woman's journey to reclaim her self after the loss of her father's love.See more details below

Overview

It was the late 60's: the era of civil riots and anti-war demonstrations. Rhonda Findling's father walked out on her family and moved in with another woman and her children. He chose not to pay child support, which left her family impoverished. This is an inspirational, true story of a young woman's journey to reclaim her self after the loss of her father's love.

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Dr. Henry Kellerman
Rhonda Findling has re-enthroned herself by writing this beautiful forthright memoir: A Jewish American Princess Dethroned. Out of a troubled family especially one with an irresponsible abandoning father as well as a panic-stricken mother Rhonda eventually emerged miraculously gaining the ascendancy in her life, and became a highly respected professional psychotherapist as well as a successful published author. She did this largely because of her intelligence, and with an iron will to stay coher

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013805019
Publisher:
NYC Girl Publishing
Publication date:
08/03/2009
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
200
File size:
0 MB

Meet the Author

Rhonda Findling is the author of Don't Call That Man! A Survival Guide to Letting Go, The Committment Cure: What To Do When You Fall For An Ambivalent Man, The Dating Cure and Portrait Of My Desire. She is a psychotherapist and lives in New York.

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