I'm going to encourage anyone, not just women, but men as well, to read through this book and then offer individual counseling to help guide through the process. It is that profoundly 'life changing.'
Having a professional counselor in place as you begin the actual process can be even more effective for the same reason I hired a personal trainer. Having a person you have to report to, get positive feedback from, share with as well as motivate and encourage when you hit slumps is going to make your personal experience even more meaningful.
Having weekly or bi-weekly 'check ins' you can share not just your own 'before and after' photos - but also the insights, memories, conflicts, relief and enthusiasm with someone who really understands what you are going through. I can already see where people who don't read the book and actually do it will NOT get it.
Those who don't 'get it' - will make comments like:
I can't even count how many women I work with who have hit a transitional period in their lives. Men too, when parents pass away, best friends die or face terminal illnesses, when kids go off to their own lives, when an affair rocks a marriage, when a life threatening accident or disease makes life suddenly more important. Some are struggling through the 'disaster' of what is left behind by parents. Their mountains. Huge piles, racks, shelving units filled with their parent's treasures that they don't know what to do with. . . Piles of clothing given to them by siblings.
Email is the best method - [email protected]
I coordinate via emails and texts once a relationship is established.