New Book Provides Help for Women Who Love Their Wine a Little Too Much - "BLUSH: Women & Wine"

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"BLUSH: Women & Wine" delves deeply into the reasons why wine is a habitual coping mechanism, quietly wrapped in a lovely ritual, as a way to dull pain, avoid discomfort, relieve stress, and temporarily check out of reality. Not a book about alcoholism or never drinking wine again, it is about awareness, not addiction, and introspection, not intervention.

Talking about wine is trendy. Talking about drinking too much of it is not. “Part memoir, part ode to wine, part cautionary tale,” reviews Barbara Hannah Grufferman, author of "The Best of Everything After 50." Through the lens of the author’s own relationship with wine, each chapter looks at the sources of stress and pressure common to women today including body image, pressures at work, pressures at home, parenting, unfulfilling relationships, and the unrelenting thirst for inner contentment. Therapist and New York Times best selling author Sarah Brokaw LCSW (Fortytude) and podcast host (Shared Secrets) says, “It is the depiction of how a woman, no matter how accomplished she is, struggles with her role as a mother, wife, and professional - the struggles that most women quietly experience themselves.”

A self-help guide, "BLUSH: Women & Wine" empowers readers to change their relationship with wine for the better. Complete with questions for self-help, reflection and group discussion, rather than a prescriptive voice of authority, Molly Davis extends an invitation to readers to get curious about their own dependence on wine as a way to make it through their day. Through sharing her personal answers to those same questions, she creates a safe place for readers to find their own, and to discover that they are not alone in their wine drinking habit.

"BLUSH: Women & Wine" is available at Amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com, and by request at your favorite bookstore.

"BLUSH is generating a much needed conversation," says Signe Darpinian, author of "Knock Out Dieting: Create Peace Between You, Your Body and Your Food." “Blush empowers women to look courageously at their own relationship with wine. It is a vital read for anyone looking for honesty, understanding and truth, without judgment.”

About the Author
MOLLY DAVIS is a writer, and national/international speaker, facilitator and coach. Founder of Trailhead Coaching & Consulting (http://www.trailheadcoachingandconsulting.com), she helps people courageously step more fully into their own lives by connecting who they are with what they do. She is a senior facilitator at Learning Point Group (http://www.learningpointgroup.com), where her primary areas of focus are leadership and supervisory development. Molly is co-author, along with Kristine Van Raden, of the internationally published “Letters to Our Daughters” which was highlighted on the Oprah Show. As a result of their cross-country book tour and subsequent invitations to speak, they founded Matters That Matter® (http://www.mattersthatmatter.com), a partnership providing keynotes, retreats and workshops designed to inspire others to live according to what they care about. Their work has taken them to national conventions, annual fundraisers, and world-class health spas, including regular appearances at Rancho La Puerta near San Diego, California. Molly lives with her husband Tom in a rustic home at the base of Mt. Adams in Washington State. Most days you will find her in jeans and well-worn cowboy boots.

“BLUSH: Women & Wine” by Molly Davis, (Trailhead Coaching & Consulting, An Imprint of Wyatt-MacKenzie, Feb. 14, 2017), ISBN: 978-1-942545-74-3, Trade Paper $14.75, eBook coming soon, 152 pages, Distributed by Ingram.

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