ExGirlfriends ExSisters

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This story is about friends and sisters and their petty jealousies and apprehensions. They ferment through the years until they explode when one of the couples undergoes a sea change. The result is estrangement and factions. It is told through the voices of their husbands as they talk only to their wives about their failing 40 year female relationships. More

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Words: 4,810
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458198433
About Gael McCarte

Australian born with Scottish/Irish roots Gael now calls the US "home" She appreciates the grounding Australia and her heritage gave her and the wings she found in the US. She is passionate about writing. As a child she wrote late into the night. Her mother,switching the light off asked, "who do you think you are? Charlotte Bronte?" Gael's response would be "if only". She then resorted to writing under the covers by the light of her flashlight.

She earned her Master's Degree in Clincal and Community Psychology in California and practiced there as a Marriage, Family and Child Therapist. While in the State of Washington she worked with the 5 branches of the military and dependants. Licensed as a psychologist in Australia she worked with criminals in the justice system, and survivors of sexual abuse and assault. She has spoken at many seminars in the US and overseas on psychological issues and subjects related to trauma as a criminogenic variable, amongst others. As the wife of a pastor she has spoken and written on faith issues. She credits her celtic roots with her sense of humor and story telling abilites. She and her husband run their own business and their three grown children continue to be their sunshine.

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Review by: Hetal Vadanlal Doctor on Aug. 12, 2010 :
Its a good insight in a gal's mind. We girls at times never bring to surface what we feel and what we want and keep suffering in process. I was able to relate to this. Good read
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