Surviving Female Friendships
Nov. 30, 2012
-- CHANDLER (AZ)
—Brighton Publishing LLC is excited to announce the print release of Nicole Zangara’s highly entertaining guidebook which will take readers through the maze of issues associated with female friendships. Surviving Female Friendships: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
is currently distributed in print through Ingram, the world’s largest book distributor, and is available in both print and eBook format from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other leading book retailers worldwide.
In this current technological hotbed we live in, females can be especially vulnerable to the plethora of social networks and interactive sites that have recently become available. How does a woman deal with these impactful innovations in a positive, non-threatening, and hopefully…a non-destructive way?
Author Nicole Zangara has dedicated her life to identifying the harmful mechanisms and the multitude of challenges that may ultimately—if not corrected—lead to breakups between valued friends. Ms. Zangara brings hope to those in need by presenting a variety of tools useful in overcoming these concerns.
For many women, friendships can be stressful, overwhelming, and increasingly difficult to maintain regardless of age or status. Ms. Zangara offers up a variety of detailed cases; from group events to one-on-one discussions, from social networks to personal emails, virtually no stone has been left unturned.
In a tasteful and understanding tone, Zangara presents an abundance of informative ideas, suggestions, and hints—all designed to bring success to the friendships of any modern woman.
“Nicole Zangara has packaged together basketsful of illustrative case studies and friendly wit into a highly-entertaining and a truly enlightening experience,”
said Kathie McGuire, director of Brighton Publishing LLC. “When it comes to dismantling popular myths and offering sound, friendly advice, look no further than Surviving Female Friendships: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
for your ultimate compass.”
Nicole Zangara has a Bachelor of Arts from American University in Washington, DC, and a Master of Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis. A licensed clinical social worker, she provides psychotherapy to people of all ages and backgrounds. Born and raised in Massachusetts, Nicole has lived in Washington, DC, St. Louis, and Houston, and now calls Arizona home where she moved to be close to family. When she is not working or writing, she enjoys spending time traveling, hiking, and enjoying time with family and friends.