Yes, Dr. Ruth Has Much to Say!

Dec 26, 2019 | Experts Corner

Yes, Dr. Ruth Has Much to Say!
Hey Grandparents, looking for a good read?

World-renowned Psychosexual Therapist Dr. Ruth Westheimer, who just turned 90, is as relevant as they come! In her new book, Stay Or Go, Dr. Ruth focuses on common sense over emotion and straight-up advice like never before. Dr. Ruth leaves no stone unturned when speaking on a topic such as the male and female relationship, both physical and emotional, parenting and long-distance family connections, as well as communicating and financial stresses. We highly recommend checking out this book. We think you will find new approaches to understanding and living in this day and age!

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