Synopses & Reviews
When Bad Things Happen to Good Women
is a survivor's toolkit by a leading expert in how to survive tragedy and thrive afterward. Carole Brody Fleet's book is a chorus of voices of females who overcame intense odds and rebounded. Filled with moving stories and specific steps on how to move on, these words of hard-won wisdom make an important component in dealing with trauma.
Real-life stories and practical advice on life-altering topics are shared by women of all walks of life. New York Times best-selling author and CBS reporter Lee Woodruff tells the story of how her news correspondent and anchorman husband Bob Woodruff nearly died from a roadside bombing in Iraq. Kristen Moeller of Tiny House Nation on A&E describes the devastating wildfire that destroyed her home, and how she overcame losing literally everything. A bride-to-be shares the wedding day that became a memorial for her groom when he died in a car wreck on his way to the church. No matter the trauma, Carole Brody Fleet makes sure readers are equipped with the tools and techniques to thrive after any tragedy with a big heart and peaceful mind intact.
About the Author
Carole Brody Fleet
is the award-winning author of Widows Wear Stilettos: A Practical and Emotional Guide for the Young Widow
(New Horizon Press) and Happily EVEN After: A Guide to Getting Through (and Beyond!) the Grief of Widowhood
(Viva Editions, 2012). She is the author and executive producer of the bestselling CD Widows Wear Stilettos: What Now?
She is the founder and chief executive officer of Widows Wear Stilettos Inc. She makes guest appearances on national, regional, and local television, appears as a regular guest on numerous radio programs in the United States and Canada, and is a featured expert in many well-known international and national magazines, newspapers, and websites. She lives in Los Angeles.