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Claire Hall

Claire Hall is a counsellor/life coach who writes a variety of coaching articles and is published in Wellbeing Magazine, Madison Magazine, Good Health Magazine, Empower Magazine, Cleo, Maketheworldmove.com, Escape magazine, Contact magazine and Cosmopolitan. She also writes and delivers tailored workshops and presentations on a broad range of topics.
Tim Hawkes

Dr Tim Hawkes is the author of several books, including the bestselling TEN CONVERSATIONS YOU MUST HAVE WITH YOUR SON. He has taught in England and Australia for over 35 years and been a headmaster for much of that time. A highly regarded educational resource, author and social commentator, Tim Hawkes is in demand as a conference speaker around the world. He is married, has three adult children and lives in Sydney. For more information visit timhawkes.com
Julia R. Heiman

Both authors have extensive experience in treating sexual and marital problems and have been running their very successful sex therapy programme for many years.
Claudia Herbert

Dr Claudia Herbert is a Chartered Consultant Clinical Psychologist, CBT Psychotherapist, EMDR Consultant, Schema Therapist, Psychological Practice Supervisor and Director of the Oxford Development Centre Ltd.
Jackie Highe

Jackie Highe is an experienced hands-on grandmother. Formerly editor-in-chief of Bella magazine, her previous book NOW, WHERE DID I PUT MY GLASSES?, about caring for your elderly parents, was published in 2007 and serialised by the Daily Mail.
Marjorie Hillis

Marjorie Hillis (1889-1971) worked for Vogue for over twenty years, where she became assistant editor. She was one of a growing number of independent, professional women who lived alone by choice. In 1936 she wrote LIVE ALONE AND LIKE IT (9781844081257), the superlative guide for 'bachelor ladies' (who became known as 'live-aloners'). It was an instant bestseller.
David Hoffman

David Hoffman is the author of numerous books on popular culture, including Kid stuff: Great Toys From Our Childhood and The Breakfast Cereal Gourmet.  He has written for several television series, worked as a feature reporter for ABC and FOX, and served as a contributing correspondent to Good Morning America and other daytime talk shows.  He minds his manners in Los Angeles.  Mark Zingarelli works out of his studio, The House of Zing. His illustrations have appeared in New York magazine.
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