1001 Real Life Questions for Women

A Self Exploration Workbook for Women

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1001 Real Life Questions for Women

A Self-Exploration Workbook to Make You Laugh, Cry, Ponder, Ruminate & Consider

By Laura Orsini

Loose-leaf pages in Binder, 177 pages,

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This book is formatted as a workbook --with space for you to fill in your answers, should you so desire.



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To whom did you last say "I love you"? Do you? To whom do you want to say "I love you"? Why don't you? Who do you wish would say "I love you" to you?

How often do you find yourself agreeing to do things you know you shouldn't do? Don't want to do? Think you want to do when you agree to them, but when it comes time to do them, you (want to) weasel out?

Is your fashion sense more peasant or Prada?

If you could have any job, real or imagined, what would it be?

How often do you take naps? Do you feel rested and renewed afterward -- or even more tired than before? Do you feel guilty about sleeping during the day? Think there must be something more productive you could be doing?

What was your biggest personal accomplishment? Your biggest disappointment? Which of the two had a bigger impact on your life?

Would you say you had a happy childhood? If you could change one thing about it, what would it be?

Do you and your partner ever finish each other's sentences?

1001 Real Life Questions for Women

A Self-Exploration Workbook to Make You Laugh, Cry, Ponder, Ruminate & Consider

The time: March 2001

The place: my bathroom

One morning I got up and looked at my reflection in the mirror as I brushed my teeth. To my horror, I noticed a pimple on the very tip of my nose, the least concealable place possible. Bemoaning the fact that at the age of 33 I still go the occasional zit, I looked up at the mirror again and discovered that I also had not one, but two, gray hairs! No way! Acne is the curse of the young, and gray hair speaks one word to me: OLD. How ironic! I'm not really young anymore, but I certainly am not yet old--and still I had these two antithetical things happening at once. I wondered at that moment how many other women were, that very day, experiencing this same exact age-related concurrence.

Out of that wondering came other questions. And out of those questions came the idea for this book.

First of all, I know this is not the only book of its kind. But it is, as far as I am aware, the first book of its kind written by a woman and geared specifically toward women. This is not to say that men should not read the book or would have no interest in it. The emphasis, though, lies with the universality--or lack thereof--of the experience of being an American woman in the 21st century. Young or old, rich or poor, beautiful or plain--there are facets of womanhood that unite us all. My goal was to examine these common experiences--and, perhaps, to create a dialogue about them.


About the Author

Laura Orsini will edit your books, articles, Web copy, or help you develop great info products so that you can create TONS of passive income!

Laura Orsini


A Phoenix-based freelance writer with a BA in Non-Fiction Writing from the University of Arizona, Laura Orsini recently completed her first book,1001 Real Life Questions for Women. This workbook of 1,000 questions can be used as a self-exploration tool, or serve as a wonderful conversation starter.

Extraordinarily versatile, Laura is accomplished in many areas. She has written for the features section of Tucson's Arizona Daily Star, and has produced bios, memoirs, newsletters, posters, scripts, press releases, and brochures. A skilled editor and researcher, she has assisted in the production of two non-fiction books.

Laura is also an accomplished and effective public speaker. Her areas of interest and experience include business writing, developing and furthering creative potential, handwriting analysis and open adoption.

Previously, Laura edited and assembled the events and announcements for the Connections section of The Herold Report, a quarterly journal for Scottsdale business women.

Laura spends her time away from the word processor volunteering with children's theatre, crafting and substitute teaching.


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