When a post generates lots of activity, it's great to see what everyone's thinking, what their own personal take is on an issue, even if folks disagree. Sometimes, especially when folks disagree….
We especially love knowing that our former paths of misery, our hard-won insights, and our attempts at providing some actual (cough) wisdom have actually made a difference to a reader.
- Perhaps you've found yourself looking at the "other woman" with new eyes, wondering what it's like for her, on her side….
- Perhaps you've tried harder to reach out — while simultaneously taking responsibility for your contribution to the tension there between you….
- Perhaps you've used our site as a vision of what's possible; something you keep in mind as you go along, making incremental changes….
The PR firm for our publisher is putting together pitches for national outlets at the moment and they could use a real, live person who has personally benefitted from our site to interview. Would this be you?
If you're willing, we'd be forever grateful!
Not only would we bow at your feet, but:
- We'll happily send you a complimentary, autographed book, once they're out. Or hell, even BEFORE they're out, so it will seem more special.
- AND you'll get a free slot in our first teleseminar based on the book, something we'll be putting together over the next several months.
An internet radio show, Nest Radio, is also in the works, so you'll be reading and seeing lots of new stuff soon.
Now, if you're like me (Jennifer), the very thought of doing a video interview strikes your bowels with a cold fear that makes you want to go hide in a closet until all is quiet outside. We know EXACTLY what you mean!
BUT, the cool thing about interviewers is that they can do their magic, hypnotizing thing and while they're talking to you — and once they get you going — you kind of forget that you're actually being filmed and you ramble on like there's no tomorrow and— oh, well. Maybe that's just me.
Nevertheless, it IS possible for it to actually be fun, enlightening and confidence-boosting (instead of shredding), especially if there's more than one person who's willing.
If you've made some positive changes in your stepmom/mom relationship, based on things you've learned from No One's the Bitch, please let us know at marine2marine (at sign) gmail.com and we'll write back promptly!
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