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United Press International
(Iris Krasnow-mother, daughter, and bestselling journalist...)
Iris Krasnow-mother, daughter, and bestselling journalist-tackles the toughest relationship in the lives of many grown women: the mother-daughter bond. With women's life expectancy inching up past 80, you may be embroiled with your mother well past the time your own hair turns white. The good news: Living longer means more time to make peace-and this book shows you how.
(A bestselling, groundbreaking author investigates success...)
A bestselling, groundbreaking author investigates successful long term marriages, interviewing wives and their uncensored strategies for staying married.
(Surrendering To Motherhood – Losing Your Mind, Finding Yo...)
Surrendering To Motherhood – Losing Your Mind, Finding Your Soul is a life-changing book that sends a message to the author’s own generation of women programmed to “have it all,” great jobs and great families.
(Best-selling author Iris Krasnow presents a powerful, exh...)
Best-selling author Iris Krasnow presents a powerful, exhilarating book about living from truth, about uncovering who you are, beyond marriage, children, and career.
(The bestselling author of The Secret Lives of Wives offer...)
The bestselling author of The Secret Lives of Wives offers a refreshingly straightforward guide to enjoying a long, satisfying sex life. Women of the baby boomer generation know and trust Iris Krasnow as a writer who speaks candidly to the issues that concern them most. In the months following the publication of her most recent book, The Secret Lives of Wives, Krasnow addressed thousands of women, and she discovered that two subjects dominated her audiences’ conversations: sex and change.
Krasnow graduated from Stanford University with a bachelor's degree and then received her master's degree from Georgetown University.
Krasnow started her career as a fashion writer for the Dallas Times Herald, and in 1984 moved to United Press International in Washington, D.C. for the position of a national feature writer. At UPI, Krasnow specialized in celebrity profiles, including Yoko Ono, Billy Graham, Ted Kennedy, Elie Wiesel and Queen Noor of Jordan.
By the time Krasnow had four sons, she quit her job and began to devote herself to raising her children full-time; during the same period, she worked three hours a day for almost three years writing a book about her choice of lifestyle.
Currently, Krasnow holds the position of a full-time professor of Journalism at American University in Washington. She frequently speaks on marriage, childrearing, and "female generational angst" to groups across the United States.
(Surrendering To Motherhood – Losing Your Mind, Finding Yo...)2012
(Best-selling author Iris Krasnow presents a powerful, exh...)2013
(A bestselling, groundbreaking author investigates success...)2011
(Iris Krasnow-mother, daughter, and bestselling journalist...)2007
(The bestselling author of The Secret Lives of Wives offer...)2014
Krasnow married Chuck E. Anthony Krasnow in 1988. The couple has 4 children: Theo, Isaac, Jack, and Zane.