Judge Judy Sheindlin knows what it is like to be independent, and here she explores most women's almost automatic need to defer to men, and demonstrates how women can grow in confidence and inner strength.
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Judge Judy Sheindlin established herself as a tough but fair judge in New York's family court. She is the presiding judge for Judge Judy, a nationally syndicated daily television show based on real court cases, and the author of two best-selling adult books and a children's book. She lives in New York City with her husband, Jerry, a New York Supreme Court Judge. She is the mother of five and a grandmother of four.From AudioFile:
With the same in-your-face style that has made her television show a hit, "Judge Judy" provides some of her views on the need for women to become self-reliant. Fans of her show will certainly not be surprised by her opinions or manner of presentation. Those who have never heard her will find her to be someone who believes in good humor but does not suffer fools. She draws liberally upon her own experiences as both a family court judge and television judge to illustrate her basic point that women must have their own dreams and not lose themselves in relationships that strip them of their individuality. J.E.M. (c) AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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