You and I, as Mothers: A Raw and Honest Guide to Motherhood

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6.1 X 9.1 X 0.9 inches | 1.2 pounds

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About the Author

Laura Prepon is a versatile actress whose career spans both film and television. She made her television debut on the long-running sitcom That '70s Show, portraying Donna Pinciotti, and recently wrapped the seventh season of the hit Netflix original series Orange Is the New Black, on which she portrayed Alex Vause. In addition to her on-camera work in Orange Is the New Black, Laura directed multiple episodes. She is also the New York Times bestselling author of The Stash Plan.


"I've been wondering how Laura managed to do it all . . . while remaining fabulous and sane. I'm so glad she finally shared in this book the reality of her journey that we can all learn from."--Ali Wong "comedian and New York Times bestselling author of Dear Girls"
"You and I, as Mothers is a powerful multi-hyphenate manifesto examining the most important and often overlooked realities of modern motherhood, written with wit, extraordinary grace, and real guts." --Amber Tamblyn "author of Era of Ignition: Coming of Age in a Time of Rage and Revolution"
"A must-read for new mothers. You can literally turn to any page and get that little nugget of wisdom to get you through the day."--Danielle Brooks "singer and actress on Orange Is the New Black"
"Even though I'm not a mother--and hope to never be one--everything in this book is relatable if you want to be healthier, stronger, and more present."--Chelsea Handler "comedian and New York Times bestselling author"
"Every mother, partner, and friend can benefit from the evocative and hard-earned wisdom within these pages."--Mila Kunis "actress"
"The Orange Is the New Black alum returns to the written word with this heartfelt, honest look at motherhood, styled as both informative guidebook and raw memoir."--Mila Kunis "Entertainment Weekly"
"Not all of the entries in the book are celebrations: there have been plenty of setbacks along the way, too. But the overall trend is toward equal rights for women, and this book is a great overview of how things have changed."--Mila Kunis "GeekDad"