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Suzanne Braun Levine - Author

About the Author

Suzanne Braun Levine is a journalist and a recognized authority on women, media matters, and family issues. She was editor of Ms. magazine from its founding in 1972 until 1989 and is currently a contributing editor of More magazine. She is the author of Father Courage, a book about contemporary parenting, and lives in New York.

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Can Men Have It All?

Can Men Have It All?

Author: Suzanne Braun Levine Format: eBook Release Date: 22/04/2014

It's not just moms who are struggling with the work-family juggle; more dads are suffering from the stress of unreachable expectations and incompatible commitments. Now, in this second phase of the women's movement, one of the founding editors of Ms. magazine says men can be allies, not enemies, if they use their power (earned or not) to protect their families.

You Gotta Have Girlfriends

You Gotta Have Girlfriends

Author: Suzanne Braun Levine Format: eBook Release Date: 16/04/2013

A brief, lively, and relatable guide to improving your health through friendshipOne of the best things a woman can do for her health, especially after the age of fifty, is nurture her relationships with her girlfriends. New studies show that women can change one another's brain chemistry for the better, which means those laughter-filled get-togethers are crucial to aging well. In other words, the post-fifty version of ';an apple a day' is ';nurture your friendships.'In her trademark stylea vibrant and accessible mix of anecdotes, personal observations, and relevant researchSuzanne Braun Levine's You Gotta Have Girlfriends is an inspiring and eye-opening affirmation of the power of female friendship in the second half of life.