Sister Sit Down

Sister Sit Down : Time for a New Way of Thinking: My Guide to Getting Women on Track with Men, Women, Kids and Everything in Between

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In a nutshell this book gives advice about life. It begins telling of the wrong things a woman could be doing to get men, then it tells of the right things to do to get a man. I express how important it is to be yourself, don't settle and don't try to be someone you see on TV. It goes on to talk about trust issues within relationships, how your relationship with your father, or lack thereof, can set the foundation for the type of men you will allow in your life. It gives words of wisdom about marriage, what to do to get married, stay married and being in a bad or unhappy marriage. Any person can say they are unhappily married and use that for a reason to cheat. Its the ability to move past the hurt and pain cause by yourself, or your partner, that will truly determine if your marriage can last. Communication is key within ANY relationship, but so many people fail to utilize this important aspect, leading to some much confusion and unhappiness- simply because people don't talk. I talk about the often destructive and drama filled relationships of parents that are no longer together and can no longer co-parent. The answer- grow up. Sit down and have this discussion with me. Whether you agree with me or not, you'll walk away with a different view of things and you'll begin to deal with your relationship in a better more

Product details

  • Paperback | 90 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 5.59mm | 185.97g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507572107
  • 9781507572108

About Ashley R Taylor

I was born and raised in Phoenix, Az. I am currently 29 years old and I have been writing on and off since I was in high school--mostly poetry and short stories. I had poetry that I'd written during the aftermath of 9/11, featured on a local news morning program. Although I have always enjoyed writing as a relaxation technique, it wasn't until I became a mother to two young boys and begin to experience things in all relationships in my life that I decided to write a book about it all. Everything that I write about is most of the time things I have went through in real life. My story is so similar to other peoples stories so I decided to share. I don't look down on people, I don't judge, I simply try to listen and understand. I want to work to make our world and the people in it a better more