How To Get Your Mojo Back
|By||Dr Ginni Mansberg|
|Format||Paperback / softback|
|Book Size||235 x 154 x 14 mm (H x W x D)|
|Imprint||New Holland Publishers|
|Release Date||1 Apr 2012|
|Subject Classification||Family & health / Popular medicine & health / Women's health|
Every woman is too busy to stop. How to Get your Mojo Back is every woman's guide to taking a minute for herself and turning her hectic and stressful life into one that is fulfilling. No life is free from stress, weight problems, relationship worries, but you can break the cycle, get your mojo back and begin to enjoy life again.
Written in an intimate, informal, and hugely entertaining style by medical advisor/GP/author Dr Ginni Mansburg - who has seen and dealt with it all - this book is like having a friend with all the best advice to coach you through your mission to claim your potential and live the life you deserve.
Covering all the key problem areas, work, eating, weight, sleep, relationship, parenting issues, stress etc this book offers practical, encouraging solutions in an intimate, informal, and entertaining style. There are quotes from women throughout, showing readers that they are not alone in their struggles. The author's medical expertise/experience is evident throughout the book, as is her understanding and compassion for everyday people with everyday problems.
Dr Ginni Mansberg
Ginni Mansberg was born in Sydney and studied medicine at Newcastle University. As well as being a physician, columnist, writer and former political advisor, Ginni is also medical advisor for Practical Parenting, Women's Health and That Life magazines. She appears regularly on Channel 7 Sunrise and The Morning Show and is well known as co-author (with Anne Thomson) of the book Why Am I So Tired. Ginni is married with a blended family of 8, with children ranging in age from 19 to 6. She also works as a general practitioner in Sans Souci in Sydney.