"Despite early years that included physical, emotional and sexual abuse, deaths and abandonments, and the terror of living in a country at war, the four women whose memoirs make up this volume remained sufficiently determined and self-possessed to go on to live productive lives, often giving back more than they had received.
How did they manage to do it? Was Theda's loving family her protective shield? Was Honey's willingness to accept help and learn from others her salvation? Did Peggy's brightness, charm and independence give her the confidence to take on the world? Was Janice's determination to matter her incentive?
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Published August 31, 2011
Biographies & Memoirs.