Zen Bender: A Decade-Long Enthusiastic Quest to Fix Everything (That Was Never Broken) (Self-Confidence for Women, Personal Growth

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5.1 X 7.0 X 0.7 inches | 0.4 pounds

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About the Author

Stephanie Krikorian is a New York Times Best Selling ghostwriter, an Emmy-nominated reality television creator and executive producer. As a journalist, her work has appeared in the New York Post; O, The Oprah Magazine, and The Wall Street Journal. She also was a producer at CNBC and BusinessWeek TV, WSJ.com, and Reuters. Stephanie studied Improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade, and when she's not at the keyboard she can be found on her paddle board or practicing yoga. She splits her time between New York City and East Hampton.


"The book is filled with humor and soul-baring honesty, as Krikorian describes her adventures down just about every self-help road there is. She vision-boarded, cleansed, saw healers and coaches, sound-bathed, Marie Kondo-ed her closet, dieted, had readings of all kinds, and found that the more she tried to fix herself, the more broken she felt. One of her concerns when writing books for others, was letting her own voice come through, but here she lets it shine." - The Independent "This book was super fun. Stephanie is so funny and goes over how she has legit done it all to find her zen. I soooo related when she mentioned stuff like Marie Kondo! At the end of the day though this book is a great and encouraging read that reminds us all that we're just trying our best to get through each day and hopefully find some zen in between the chaos." - Ask Away Blog "the writing is open and honest feels like a friend helping you through your own struggles. If you are trying to find a way to feel more focused in life this book shows just how you can get yourself to a point of self acceptance, while also warning you about the pitfalls that might appear along the way." - Nerdy Girl Express