Surviving Female Friendships - The Good, The Bad,
- July 15, 2013
-- CHANDLER (AZ)—
Brighton Publishing LLC proudly announces Phoenix People
sfeaturedinterview with the spirited author of Surviving Female Friendships: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
, Nicole Zangara. In a timely conversation, Ms. Zangara displays her unrivalled insight into the inner-workings of female relationships and the variety of challenges women face almost daily. 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.
Often, women trapped in the grips of an unhealthy relationship may lack the necessary social skills to make a change without hurting one—or both—parties. Instead, the friendship continues on a downhill trajectory until it finally reaches a point beyond hope of any repair. Why do women allow their friendships to sink?
s wide-ranging case studies illustrate that women, caught in a detrimental relationship, frequently become isolated and distant—
thinking instead that somehow their particular situation, or set of circumstances, is unusual or a-typical.Surviving Female Friendships: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
delivers hope, encouragement, and the skills required to modify, or de-bug, any struggling female friendship. But more than anything else, Ms. Zangara’
s goal is to bring validation to thousands of women suffering under the yoke of an unhealthy relationship.
s important to me that women come away from the book feeling comfort in the fact that it’s not just them who have experienced these situations. Sometimes friendships change, and it’s no one’s fault.”
~ Nicole Zangara (Phoenix People interview)
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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, she now calls Arizona home after moving to be closer to family. When she isn’t working or writing, she enjoys spending time traveling, hiking, and enjoying family and friends.