What do I do? She’s Jealous Of My Success

Is your friend jealous of your success? If you’re not sure, check out this article: She’s My Friend But I...

Why I Write Bitch in the City

Hi, my name’s Jacqui Alder, and I’m the creator of Bitch In The City. At the time of writing this...

Fraying Edges

Last Time … Amelia’s meeting with Zoe didn’t go well. Zoe was unimpressed when Amelia told her she suspected...

She's My Friend But I Think She's Jealous of My Success

You thought she was your friend. You didn’t have to explain yourself to her because she ‘got’ you. You...

Self-Confidence: Does Yours Go Missing In Action?

Have you had an experience where your self-confidence suddenly deserted you? What happened? How did you feel afterwards? In...
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What do I do? She’s Jealous Of My Success
Jacqui's Juice
Why I Write Bitch in the City
Amelia's Story, Amelia's Story Chapter 2
Fraying Edges
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She's My Friend But I Think She's Jealous of My Success
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Self-Confidence: Does Yours Go Missing In Action?
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Amelia’s Story: The Beginning

When I got the job at Global Industries, it was a dream-come true. Zoe, the Head of Marketing, had interviewed me, and by the time the interview was finished I really wanted to work for her. She’d told me the marketing team was top notch, full of dynamic and driven women. And she was right! At last I felt like I had a real career, working in a good company with energized and focused people.

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Bitchiness – The Sisterhood Rules

As I was writing the first post in this series BITCHINESS – A SUBTLE ART I felt a knot in my stomach. It was a twinge of internal conflict.

I don’t know about you, but my close female friends are some of the most important people in my life. With them I can share my secrets; my doubts; talk about my man; laugh at silly things and diss about my annoyances. They will encourage me, boost me and let me know when I’m kidding myself.

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