May Woodworth

May Woodworth
May Woodworth
Sticky Girls
Women who cling to toxic relationships. How to recognize the syndrome and tips to overcome it. Includes a Sticky Girl quiz.

In STICKY GIRLS (Arrow Publications; February 14, 2015; Original Trade Paper) May Woodworth explores why some women attach themselves to toxic partners, and why they have difficulty unsticking from them. After a lifetime working for women and families, Woodworth approaches dependent relationships in a compassionate manner, giving guidance, and offering solutions to women who feel stuck.
Heart of the Hurricane
Boston MA
May Woodworth weaves her many years working and volunteering for family strength and women’s
empowerment organizations in Sticky Girls, her first non-fiction book. She is the published author of
some fourteen romance novels written under a pen name.
May earned her degree in Early Childhood Education from Endicott College in Massachusetts. After
college, she pursued careers in social service, as a preschool teacher, and a certified lactation counselor. It
was in the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program that she had the opportunity to direct women and
mothers to the appropriate agencies to address their challenges with domestic violence, housing and their
needs for personal counseling services.
May took time out of her busy schedule to also raise an adventurous family, exposing them to the
wonders of New England through all the seasons. She now lives in the countryside outside of Boston,
Massachusetts where she raises chickens. Her brood of chickens—Buffy, Sunny, Ruby, Blacktail, DG,
and Nellie—follows her around the farm like dogs. With her daily supply of five to six eggs, she hopes to
never buy another carton of eggs!
Dating, relationships, living together & marriage Family & relationships Family psychology Psychology of gender

‘Hey You, don’t help them to bury the light. don’t give in, without a fight.” Pink Floyd

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