Dena Sisk Foman
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Dena Sisk Foman left a comment for Meg Waite Clayton
"Hi Meg,   Thanks for your welcome...I am enjoying the site.  Your book, The Wednesday Sisters, was recommended to me a few weeks ago and I had no idea that you were and attorney turned writer!  I am looking forward to the…"
Jun 13, 2011
Dena Sisk Foman commented on the blog post 'Keeping Silent about Rape'
"Thank you for sharing this story.  As we have all watched men of power fall one by one over the last many years, I have been troubled by the women that allow themselves to fall prey to the narcissitc appetite of powerful men.  I am…"
May 24, 2011
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Working/writing mothers who suffer from twinsanity

Being a professional in film world,a published writer, now a comedic performer, am mothering twin 7 yr old girls who somehow already where my clothes; I started a twin support group because so many new moms were ready to hang themselvse.
May 16, 2011
Dena Sisk Foman is now a member of She Writes
May 3, 2011

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Who I am:
I am an attorney and the author of "Only I Can Define Me" which is a memior about my journey of breaking the cycle of a dysfunctional family and mental illness and the price of finding success with a dysfunctional upbringing. My website is www.releasingshame.com. My book's facebook page is Only I Can Define Me and my twitter is onlyidefineme.
Books I've written, anthologies I've contributed to, and any scripts or plays I've authored:
Only I Can Define Me; Releasing Shame and Growing Into My Adult Self
Media outlets that I currently write for:
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My writing is:
Nonfiction, Memoir, Blog Posts
Outlets where I review books, TV, or film:
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Services I offer to other writers:
None other than legal advice.
I'm part of these writers' groups or salons:
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My professional associations:
The Florida Bar Association, The Palm Beach Bar Association, The Literacy Coalition, The Palm Beach Bar Diversity Committee, The Mental Health Association for Palm Beach, NAMI Palm Beach.
I found out about She Writes from:
saw the show on Jennifer Wilkov's facebook page

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At 10:42am on June 13, 2011, Meg Waite Clayton said…
Belated welcome to She Writes from a fellow attorney (I write full time now, but worked for a number of years for an LA law firm before I turned to writing). I hope you're enjoying the site!

Meg Waite Clayton
Moderator, Novelist Group
Bestselling Author of The Four Ms. Bradwells and The Wednesday Sisters
At 5:09pm on May 3, 2011, Julia Barry said…
Hi Dena,

So glad you are here, and welcome to She Writes! 

You can check out the Getting Started sectionto help you find your way around, or a great way to jump in is to get involved with ourGroups and Live Chats.

Feel free to let me know if you have any questions!

Warm best,
Julia Barry
Social Community Manager @ She Writes
 
 
 

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