"Girlfriends have been my mainstay of support and the older I get the more important they are. They got me through cancer--so I can testify that they are important to your health; every study supports that. They are truly my sisters in every sense." - Darryle Pollack, co-founder of WHOA! network (Women Honoring Our Age), journalist, cancer advocate and blogger.
“This book is an intriguing combination of insights, interviews and recent findings from the medical community that bring to light the ways our female friendships not only enrich our lives but provide multiple health benefits a well.” — Mary Eileen Williams, M.A., N.C.C. is the founder of FeistySideofFifty.com, a career/life counselor, workshop facilitator and university instructor.
“I can’t recommend this book highly enough. It is a celebration of friendship, and a look into our deeply layered relationships. It is both encouraging and uplifting and clear-eyed about healthy boundaries. After reading it, I felt a deep sense of gratitude for the close circle of women who surround me and more at peace about the ones who left the circle.” — Hollye Dexter, author of Truth and Consequences—a chronicle of my attempt to live an authentic life and she is the co-editor (with Amy Ferris) of Dancing at the Shame Prom
“The book is filled with hope and joy, the sheer power of friendship. It is filled with so many truths. So many you’ll recognize and nod, and see yourself in. Women-friendships literally keep each other healthy.” — Amy Ferris, author of Marrying George Clooney – Musings From A Midlife Crisis, is a screen and television writer, journalist and editor, and the co-editor of Dancing at the Shame Prom.
“You Gotta Have Girlfriends –Suzanne’s first eBook is a warm, engaging read. She shares the stories of so many women, and I guarantee you, you’ll see yourself and some of your friends on the pages.” — Ann Voorhees Baker, Founder, Producer Women at Woodstock.
“Suzanne Braun Levine made me understand why I always envied older women . . . life just gets better—more outrageous, more radical, more passionate, less fraught, wiser, deeper, and kinder.”
- Eve Ensler, author of The Vagina Monologues
Praise for Suzanne Braun Levine
“Levine takes us beyond the frontier of our own expectations and into a new and hope-filled stage of life.”
- Gloria Steinem