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When I Go to Work I Feel Guilty: A working mother's guide to sanity and survival Paperback – 1 Sep 1997
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‘This book is a great aid to sorting out priorities, gaining confidence and using energy in a positive way.’
Anna Ford, BBC
‘Let’s banish the guilt. The new mantra to be heard is celebrate yourself as a working mother, and others will do so too. The potential ripple effects of this book are irresistible… because like a woman’s work, positive self-esteem will reach further than ever imagined.’
Anita Roddick, founder and chief executive of The Body Shop
From the Back Cover
With the stresses and strains of working mothers more in the spotlight than ever, this book provides welcome information and advice to this highly stressed, overstretched group. Mosley and Gillibrand, authors of the best selling 'She Who Dares Wins', offer the guidance and encouragement needed by so many.
'When I Go To Work, I Feel Guilty' will help you:
• achieve balance and fulfilment in your working life
• develop your relationship with your child
• devise strategies for professional development
• reprioritise your life through self examination and a set of exercises
• achieve self understanding and personal fulfilment.
Eileen Gillibrand and Jenny Mosley run Career Development Counsellors, an organisation helping women develop personal and professional potential. Together they have written six books on personal development, most recently 'She Who Dares Wins'.
“Let’s banish the guilt. The new mantra to be heard is celebrate yourself as a working mother, and others will do so too. The potential ripple effects of this book are irresistible … because like a woman’s work, positive self esteem will reach further than ever imagined.”
ANITA RODDICK, 'founder and chief executive of The Body Shop'
“This book is a great aid to sorting out priorities, gaining confidence and using energy in a positive way.”
ANNA FORD, 'BBC'