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A past president of the American Society of Journalists and Authors, FLORENCE ISAACS is a freelance journalist who specializes in health and medicine, communication, relationships, and etiquette. She has contributed to Woman's Day, Good Housekeeping, Redbook, Fitness, Parents, Cosmopolitan, Parade, Reader's Digest, and other leading publications. She writes two blogs each month for www.legacy.com: one on condolences, funerals, and grief-related subjects—and one specifically for widows.

 Isaacs is the author or coauthor of ten books: 

What Do You Say When? Talking To People With Confidence On Any Social Or Business Occasion
(Clarkson Potter) 

The 24/7 Baby Doctor: A Harvard Pediatrician Answers All Your Questions from Birth to One Year
(Globe Pequot) Co-authored with Victoria Rogers McEvoy, M.D.

Just A Note To Say...The Perfect Words For Every Occasion 
(Clarkson Potter)  Sales of over 210,000 copies to date

Business Notes: Writing Personal Notes That Build Professional Relationships (Clarkson Potter) Sales of over 56,000 copies to date

Toxic Friends/True Friends: How Your Friends Can Make Or Break Your Health, Happiness, Family, And Career

When The Man You Love Is Ill: Doing Your Best For Your Partner Without Losing Yourself (Marlowe). Co-authored with Dorree Lynn, Ph.D.

BlindSpots: Stop Repeating The Mistakes That Mess Up Your Love Life, Carreer, Finances, And Happiness (M. Evans). Co-authored with Steven Simring, M.D. and Sue Klavans Simring, D.S.W.

Change Your Mind, Change Your Body: Feeling Good About Your Body and Self After 40 (Atria Books). Co-authored with Ann Kearney-Cooke, Ph.D.

My Deepest Sympathies: Meaningful Sentiments For Condolence Notes And Conversations Plus A Guide To Eulogies    (Clarkson Potter)

Here's To You! Creating Your Own Meaningful Toasts And Tributes For Any Occasion      (Clarkson Potter)

An expert on relationships, friendship, and effective communication in business and social situations,  Isaacs lectures frequently.  She is often quoted in magazines and newspapers throughout the country. Born in Brooklyn, New York, she now lives in Manhattan.