A Powerful Perspective on Success with a Girlfriend Vibe
Here’s what people are saying
“OMG! I finished your book. I read until 3am, I was a walking zombie today…….
The book was amazing. I think you are the bravest woman I have ever met. In our darkest, most private moments – if we’re telling the truth – we’ve all been there. Well, I have for sure!
Thank you for having the courage to share. You’re a damn good writer too. Just sayin’. I felt like we were sitting in the living room, having a glass of wine, and telling life stories.
I’m going on and on because I can’t find the words to tell you how touched I am. You’re right…..your story is “our” story too.
“Dr. Susan O’Malley speaks powerful truth about what it really takes to succeed in life and business, even when huge roadblocks get in the way. My favorite tip is this one: “Row your own boat, baby.” Dr. Susan says whatever your big dream, you have to want it badly enough to get in your own boat and row with both oars.Tough Cookies Don’t Crumble is a perfect gift to share with women who are seeking more and ready to take action make it happen. As Dr. Susan writes, “Put on your helmet and get in the game.” Amen to that!”
“Dr. O’Malley has given all of us the tools we are ever searching for to overcome life’s obstacles. This woman can climb every mountain, forge through brick walls, and anything else that life may put in her path.
It is worth the read just to see what she has overcome and then apply her strategies in your own life. It will appeal to all age groups, but the middle aged reader will especially benefit and hopefully, grab the oar and finally row the boat.
Thank you Dr. O’Malley for sharing all your ups and downs in this wonderful roller coaster ride, we call life. I loved it and am buying it for my daughter and my girl friends.”
“In ‘Tough Cookies Don’t Crumble’ Dr O’Malley shares her inspiring story of overcoming obstacles. She offers strategies that will resonate with readers at all stages of life – the young person searching for his/her true calling, parents trying to raise responsible children in this ‘age of entitlement,’ mature adults dealing with unfulfilling jobs or relationships. Examples from her own life as well as others clearly illustrate her strategies put into practice. This book will lead you to reflect on your own life and will give you the courage to take charge and make those necessary changes!”