Our guest in this episode is attorney, author and artist Susan L. Pollet, who has been practicing law for over forty years. Susan’s experience in family law has given her a deep perspective into what women deal with to keep their heads above water. Her latest book entitled Women in Crisis-Stories from the Edge, consists of stories about women patients of an accomplished woman psychiatrist, whose experiences exemplify challenges faced by many women, to varying degrees. Susan recites a poem she wrote about the environment, and we discuss the question of how to deal with flirtation, its generational nature, as well what effects it is having on the #MeToo era. In her first novel, LESSONS IN SURVIVAL: ALL ABOUT AMOS, Susan created the collage for the book cover, and also painted the portrait which appears on the cover of this novel. For more information go to susanpollet.com and adelaidebooks.org. For past shows go to HudsonRiverRadio.com and malcolmpresents.com. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram and tweet us @tmshadesofgreen
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