The Stay-at-Home Martyr

The Stay-at-Home Martyr

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by Joanne Kimes
     
 

A hilarious guide to avoiding the mommy martyr trap

Calling all mommies! Somewhere under that ponytail and old T-shirt, those sweat pants and mismatched undergarments, is a sexy, interesting woman begging for a night out. To just be yourself again. So why not? Here’s why: You're tired. You can barely remember life before babies. You look like the

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A hilarious guide to avoiding the mommy martyr trap

Calling all mommies! Somewhere under that ponytail and old T-shirt, those sweat pants and mismatched undergarments, is a sexy, interesting woman begging for a night out. To just be yourself again. So why not? Here’s why: You're tired. You can barely remember life before babies. You look like the "before" photo in a makeover contest. Every minute has been reduced to a single purpose: your darling children. What’s wrong with that? A lot.

The Stay-at-Home Martyr gives you the tools to get back on track. Written by two women who’ve been there, almost done that, this guide takes a sidesplittingly funny yet compassionate look at the modern-day phenomenon of mommy martyrs—showing us that not only can we carve out time and interests apart from our kids, but that by doing so we might even do our demanding young "bosses" a world of good.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780762749423
Publisher:
GPP Life
Publication date:
09/24/2008
Edition description:
First
Pages:
232
Product dimensions:
5.64(w) x 10.92(h) x 0.58(d)

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