Whether you're starting or ending a relationship, a friend has found a lump in her breast, you're in debt, your partner's lost interest in sex or you don't know whether to believe the moisturiser label, Women's Stuff is your must-have guide, from leaving school to menopause and beyond. It's a best friend in book form, a complete guide to how to get your life together and face any challenge at any age. It's also the ultimate fib detector – Kaz has sifted the facts and tested the claims, exposing the lies women are told about cosmetics, other products and their health, and explaining which info you can trust and how to find the truth about everything. It covers the practical side of life, including work, money and homemaking, as well as getting to know and make friends with your body, family, mental and physical health, and sex and relationships.
Three years in preparation, this guide book to making the most of yourself and your life includes the quotes and comments of more than 7000 women from all over the world, sharing their innermost thoughts on everything from sex to housework, drinking problems and hopes for the future. Providing info at your fingertips, if and when you need it, whichever stage your life is at, Women's Stuff will save you money and make you happier.
About The Author
Kaz Cooke is an Australian writer, cartoonist, broadcaster and occasional radio presenter whose books have tickled, informed and sustained two generations of Australian women. She's the author of Up the Duff: The Real Guide to Pregnancy, Kidwrangling: Looking After Babies, Toddlers and Preschoolers, Girl Stuff: Your Full-on Guide to the Teen Years and now Women's Stuff. A former news and features journalist, and columnist, for The Age, the Sydney Morning Herald and The Australian, she now lives with her family in Melbourne.
Her books have been translated into many languages: in Latvian she is Keza Kuka and in Czech she is Kaz Cookeova. She has too many handbags and never knows where her mobile phone is.
Number Of Pages: 784
Published: 3rd October 2011
Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 25.3 x 21.7 x 5.1
Weight (kg): 1.82
Edition Number: 1