Bonnie has a B.S., two M.A.ís, and decided to abandon her doctoral work at the dissertation level when, after a nationwide search, the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation selected her as their Chief of Education. She has never regretted that decision. Her career in education was divided between two loves, Multicultural Education and Leadership Development. Upon retirement she found herself in the throes of an unexpected depression and this book is the result of exploring her own experience and that of other women facing retirement. She lives with her husband Jim in Florida where she has a private practice as a Hakomi therapist and is an active communitarian. She delights in her two granddaughters Crystal Danae and Heather Michelle Levy.
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