Can you hear the clock ticking? Are family and friends growing nervous? Do you want to have children but feel that the circumstances aren't right, or contrary to society's expectations, do you already know that motherhood just isn't for you? Taking an axe to the cliched image of the irrational, dysfunctional woman, this book presents biological clock anxiety as a challenging rite of passage that will help you grow and develop your full potential as a woman. - Why we don't like talking about the clock - Am I ready to have a child? - Is later better? - What if Mr Right doesn't appear? - Choosing to say 'No'.
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Theresa Francis-Cheung writes full-time about women's issues and is the author of four books including, PREGNANCY WEIGHT MANAGEMENT and THE THIRTIES: A GUIDE TO WOMEN'S HEALTH IN THE DECADE OF TRANSITION. A professional dancer before retraining as a fitness teacher and health consultant, Theresa currently lives in Windsor with husband Ray and their two children, Robert and Ruth.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0071396616