Women’s Issues

As women, we’ve been urged for so long to bottle up our anger, letting it corrode our bodies and minds in ways we don’t even realize. Yet there are so, so many legitimate reasons for us to feel angry, ranging from blatant, horrifying acts of misogyny to the subtle drip, drip drip of daily sexism that reinforces the absurdly damaging gender norms of our society.

In Rage Becomes Her, Soraya Chemaly argues that our anger is not only justified, it is also an active part of the solution. We are so often encouraged to resist our rage or punished for justifiably expressing it, yet how many remarkable achievements would never have gotten off the ground without the kernel of anger that fueled them? Approached with conscious intention, anger is a vital instrument, a radar for injustice and a catalyst for change. On the flip side, the societal and cultural belittlement of our anger is a cunning way of limiting and controlling our power—one we can no longer abide.

“A work of great spirit and verve” (Time), Rage Becomes Her is a validating, energizing read that will change the way you interact with the world around you.


Ann Meredith, a lawyer with an MBA, started researching the subject of whether or not she wanted to have a child 10 years ago to sort through her own dilemma and ended up interviewing more than 300 people and surveying 100 women that eventually helped her make her own decision. Through research, statistical data and thought-provoking questions, The Baby Dilemma provides a roadmap in navigating one of the biggest life decisions we face. 

The book:

  • Lays the foundation for good decision-making which is based on recent scientific studies and brain research, and explains why trusting your intuition is paramount.
  •  Contains a 3-step process to help sort out personal feelings and thoughts.
  • Details the 12 main factors most people face when making their decision
  • Asks 12 key thought-provoking questions to help identify which issues are most important to the reader.

The book addresses such important topics as:

  • Do I have tokophobia or a fear of pregnancy/childbirth?
  • How do I make this decision if I don’t have a maternal instinct?
  • Do I know how to take care of a child and do I want to?
  • What are the benefits of having a child?
  • Am I the child-free type?
  • Will I regret it if I do have kids or if I don’t?