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Confessions of a Failed Grown up

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In Confessions of a Bad Mother, Stephanie described how she brought up her children wrong. Now she unlocks her singular inability (but one which secretly we all share) to grow up: forty-five last birthday but she doesnt feel any older, but of course she does - as in deafer, stiffer, and less able to read the dosage instructions on a bottle of Calpol. But the supposedl In Confessions of a Bad Mother, Stephanie described how she brought up her children wrong. Now she unlocks her singular inability (but one which secretly we all share) to grow up: forty-five last birthday but she doesnt feel any older, but of course she does - as in deafer, stiffer, and less able to read the dosage instructions on a bottle of Calpol. But the supposedly normal challenges of human existence feel frequently as though they are beyond her. Life is constantly confusing, frustrating and, at times, overwhelming. At forty-five - but only on paper - shes still a child in a suit, bluffing her way with one eye looking over her shoulder, expecting any minute to be found out and taken back to the nursery. Of course, that isnt such a bad place to be. Sometimes she even wants to go back there, but is cruelly aware that she no longer fits the chairs. Also featuring Things to Cook in Stilettos When Youre Drunk, Why I am a Time Lord, A Hundred Ways to Wreck an Evening, Ten Things They Dont Tell You in Biology and The Grown-Ups phrase book, Stephanie Calmans candid, touching and hysterically funny new book gives hope to bad mothers and failed grown-ups everywhere: read it and know that you are not alone.

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In Confessions of a Bad Mother, Stephanie described how she brought up her children wrong. Now she unlocks her singular inability (but one which secretly we all share) to grow up: forty-five last birthday but she doesnt feel any older, but of course she does - as in deafer, stiffer, and less able to read the dosage instructions on a bottle of Calpol. But the supposedl In Confessions of a Bad Mother, Stephanie described how she brought up her children wrong. Now she unlocks her singular inability (but one which secretly we all share) to grow up: forty-five last birthday but she doesnt feel any older, but of course she does - as in deafer, stiffer, and less able to read the dosage instructions on a bottle of Calpol. But the supposedly normal challenges of human existence feel frequently as though they are beyond her. Life is constantly confusing, frustrating and, at times, overwhelming. At forty-five - but only on paper - shes still a child in a suit, bluffing her way with one eye looking over her shoulder, expecting any minute to be found out and taken back to the nursery. Of course, that isnt such a bad place to be. Sometimes she even wants to go back there, but is cruelly aware that she no longer fits the chairs. Also featuring Things to Cook in Stilettos When Youre Drunk, Why I am a Time Lord, A Hundred Ways to Wreck an Evening, Ten Things They Dont Tell You in Biology and The Grown-Ups phrase book, Stephanie Calmans candid, touching and hysterically funny new book gives hope to bad mothers and failed grown-ups everywhere: read it and know that you are not alone.
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Title Confessions of a Failed Grown up Height 13
Stephanie Calman Width 2
ISBN-13 9780330446396 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 Spine Width
Publisher Abdo Publishing Company Pages 336
Edition Availability Out Of Stock

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