[free Read] Women are Scary Author Melanie Dale – eBook or Kindle


10 thoughts on “Women are Scary

  1. says:

    I think I am too advanced in my parenting years to fully appreciated this book I became a mother at 23 when most of my friends were either still in college or just wrapping up their formal education When I took my kids to the park or

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    Disclaimer I am friends with the author Truth I loved this book It's hilarious and oh so honest and a good read M

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    I follow Melanie's blog wwwunexpectedorg so like thousands of other women who read the post that inspired this book I knew Women are Scary wou

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    This book totally surprised me I thought the cover was funny so I grabbed it off the library shelf on my way out always risky I debated readin

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    I was disappointed in this book I thought from reading the excerpt that it had been written by a woman who had experienced difficulties in making other female or mom friends The author seems to not have any trouble making friends at all I just didn't feel like it was written by someone who could understand my perspectiv

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    Enjoyed Dale’s sense of humor in her writing I was laughing out loud at times This book seemed geared for moms of babies and toddlers so it didn’t really speak to my current life stage

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    WittyFilled with catchy cultural referencesInsightfulCandor about the difficulty of meeting Mom FriendsWomen are Scary dives into the complicated world of womenmom friendships in light of a transient society despite the prevalence of social me

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    bookcover flatAs long as there have been women writing books there have been books about the friendships of women Dee Brestin wrote one a number of years ago Lisa Whelchel wrote one a few years ago I've read most of them I've learned from them too None of them have impacted me like Women are Scary by Melanie DaleMelanie Dale I had never heard of her before seeing this book Intrigued by the title I picked it u

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    I found out about this book from my alma mater's magazine Melanie Dale just so happens to have graduated from the same college I went to and was featured in the magazine Denison has many things to be proud of and Melanie is a great addition This book has so many references in it that I can relate to about making mom friends and the way in which Dale writes cuts straight to the chase and really brings out her uirky personality nerdy and so

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    Women are Scary is about how to make friends as a mom Melanie Dale shows the stages of female friendship bases with tips on when and how to move onto the next base She shares stories along the way that are relatable and usually hilarious to illustrate her points She is honest about how sometimes relationships fizzle out in first or second base and how a third or fourth base relationship break can be painful and heart breaking Included are

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FREE READ Û EXCEEDBDF.CO.UK ó Melanie Dale

Women are Scary

Better together she writes We make each other better moms better humans We need each other because mothering is just too darn hard Moms will discover how to make sure their kids aren't the only ones having fun develop lifelong friendships share their burdens and join together to impact communities around the world. I found out about this book from my alma mater s magazine Melanie Dale just so happens to have graduated from the same college I went to and was featured in the magazine Denison has many things to be proud of and Melanie is a great addition This book has so many references in it that I can relate to about making mom friends and the way in which Dale writes cuts straight to the chase and really brings out her uirky personality nerdy and sometimes gross references I felt like I knew her by the end of the book and could call her up and talk to her about my child or anything else for that matter She makes references to bases when explaining the steps of momlationships from 1st to 4th She admits she is the least athletic person she knows and that there is no 4th base in baseball but she made it her own Each base has its own set of rules and There are references to the bible as well but they are not shoved down your throat nor do they feel preachy If anything they are incredibly appropriate and are good bits of advice no matter what religion you may followThere is one uote that I really like because it is something I have to deal with as an army wife I learned to beware the super good listener who soaks up all your details but doesn t reciprocate Vulnerability is a two way street The chapters are nice and short and made for great reading while nursing The author herself even told me in an email that she had that in mind when writing the book which was awesome not only because she responded to my email but because it made the reading experience that much better I didn t want the book to end but fortunately Melanie Dale writes regularly on her own blog and on other blogs too I highly recommend this book to all the moms out there looking for a good fast read You are bound to relate to at least a few things she mentions Gloom Town just too darn hard Moms will discover how to make sure their kids aren't the only ones having fun develop lifelong friendships share their burdens and uinze dias join together to impact communities around the world. I found out about this book from my alma mater s magazine Melanie Dale Cheating for the Chicken Man just so happens to have graduated from the same college I went to and was featured in the magazine Denison has many things to be proud of and Melanie is a great addition This book has so many references in it that I can relate to about making mom friends and the way in which Dale writes cuts straight to the chase and really brings out her uirky personality nerdy and sometimes gross references I felt like I knew her by the end of the book and could call her up and talk to her about my child or anything else for that matter She makes references to bases when explaining the steps of momlationships from 1st to 4th She admits she is the least athletic person she knows and that there is no 4th base in baseball but she made it her own Each base has its own set of rules and There are references to the bible as well but they are not shoved down your throat nor do they feel preachy If anything they are incredibly appropriate and are good bits of advice no matter what religion you may followThere is one uote that I really like because it is something I have to deal with as an army wife I learned to beware the super good listener who soaks up all your details but doesn t reciprocate Vulnerability is a two way street The chapters are nice and short and made for great reading while nursing The author herself even told me in an email that she had that in mind when writing the book which was awesome not only because she responded to my email but because it made the reading experience that much better I didn t want the book to end but fortunately Melanie Dale writes regularly on her own blog and on other blogs too I highly recommend this book to all the moms out there looking for a good fast read You are bound to relate to at least a few things she mentions

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When you show up at the park for the first time with your little ones spilling out of the van scan the swing set for anyone you might recognize and notice that all the other moms are already hanging out in pairs you realize that your awkward adventure of finding mom friends has only just begun Too many women are fr. I think I am too advanced in my parenting years to fully appreciated this book I became a mother at 23 when most of my friends were either still in college or just wrapping up their formal education When I took my kids to the park or the library I was the youngest parent by several years This did not make for mommy bonding Even now when I m friends with many parents who have kids the same age as my teens I m still the young one compared to most which frankly is kind of awesome when your 40th birthday is closer than you want to admit My foray into the parenting world has been a mix between hanging out and learning from parents who have years of life experience on me or trying to relate to my college and high school friends raising preschoolers In some ways though I m glad I did it this way because the Mama Drama Melanie Dale writes about it just too much I m all for forming friendships with other mothers but does it really take so much effort that we should approach it like dating I ve met some incredible parents through school events extracurricular activities volunteering killing time in the school parking lot etc I ve also met parents I knew right away I would not have anything in common with and that s OKWell maybe it wasn t that one time I texted my husband from a PTA event that I felt like the girl in middle school who didn t have anyone to sit with at lunch But I m over it now ReallyDale is right when she writes that navigating friendships as a parent is tricky My advice for moms searching for mom friends Limit the amount of parenting talk you do Every child is different What works on one kid won t work on another Not every part of your parenting philosophy will mesh Instead of letting that destroy what could be a great friendship focus on each other not your offspring After all mothers deserve to have a life too

FREE READ Û EXCEEDBDF.CO.UK ó Melanie Dale

Azzled and lonely isolated in their minivans while schlepping bags strollers and munchkins to and fro across town It doesn't have to be this wayIn this hilarious yet thought provoking guide to momlationships blogger Melanie Dale uses a dating analogy to help women get intentional about bonding with each otherWe are. Enjoyed Dale s sense of humor in her writing I was laughing out loud at times This book seemed geared for moms of babies and toddlers so it didn t really speak to my current life stage

  • Paperback
  • 240
  • Women are Scary
  • Melanie Dale
  • en
  • 12 May 2019
  • 9780310341055

About the Author: Melanie Dale

Author of Women Are Scary The Totally Awkward Adventure of Finding Mom Friends Melanie is a geek on a God ride a minivan mama and total weirdo who stinks at small talk Her laugh is a combination honk snort and it's so bad that people have moved away from her in the movie theater She adores sci fi and superheroes and is terrified of Pinterest She’s a contributor for CoffeeCrumbs a panelist