Hree novels have significantly made my life better as a young woman now. After trying nearly every birth control (with success I might add), but wanting to serve my body better than to make it believe it is already pregnant through hormones for at least 6 years, I found the perfect birth control method and I can not believe it is not taught to women across the nation on a regular basis. It’s free and effective. It is fertility charting. The next two are pills to swallow because they’re about money and men, two subjects some of us women can’t seem to seduce. Tell-it-like-it-is authors quickly demystify these two topics and provide you the wisdom to learn from your history and move beyond where you have been.
Taking Charge of Your Fertility, The Definitive Guide to Natural Birth Control, Pregnancy Achievement, and Reproductive Health by Toni Weschler
Knowing your own body through fertility charting can help you avoid pregnancy, encourage pregnancy, detect problems early and potentially solve them, and inform you when your periods will come so you can plan around them if they affect you badly. This information has been lost to the shift in popularity towards hormonal birth control procedures, but remains one of the best, if not best of them all! For those many women who have been trying to conceive without success, clues to what is happening very well could be inside your graph. This book is cleverly written half toward those preventing and also the past half of those trying to conceive, hence the name Taking Charge Of Your Fertility in favor of what you need. In a time spiritual communities are the only teaching organizations of the method, this book enables a solitary person to relearn sex education, the science behind your body’s breeding, and a method that takes all of the natural family planning practices into account for the most accurate details. As a method, it’s just as effective as most hormonal birth control methods when used properly and as a publication, you won’t have any excuse for not using it correctly! In friendly language, the book is a great reference to keep on your plate even after you have learned to chart.
We can’t pretend that girls and money are equivalent to that of men and money. Women as a sex are given much less information regarding money than men are in their lifetimes. This is due to a long history of women not earning their own money and wasn’t that long ago. Women, even after they have entered the workplace and even defeated many of fields, have different attitudes about money than men. Liz Perle in her book Money, A Memoir fully explains our story to us. What happened to our relationships, economy, personal aspirations and feelings when girls were permitted to work? She explains how we are conditioned differently than men and gives us the wisdom we probably missed out on, but our brother didn’t. This book is just the adjustment needed to tackle financial goals and learn more responsibility regarding the topic. It’s not as feminist as it sounds. It’s a true side of the background of our market written from a female perspective that is not told often enough. Being in the know of the info can change the trajectory of your life.
Too many otherwise smart women are making excuses for men’s behaviour that clearly shows they are just not that into you! Greg and Liz describe men aren’t complicated, but seldom have the huevos to tell a woman straight that they don’t feel the same way. In a Dear Abby type platform, women’s letters fill the pages of this book telling stories we have at least heard or told ourselves, and ask the same questions we’ve asked ourselves, our friends, and God. The response, bluntly, is usually “he’s just not that into you”. It will make you re-think your whole life and want to get a copy for a friend! Getting the truth bomb out of Greg, a man unafraid, liberates you from ever tolerating less than honesty or admiration again. Every woman who has to suffer dating on earth today has got to receive their ringless hands a copy of the book!