"To Kristin Loberg: while the content of this work represents my research and professional experience, it is wholly through your artistic mastery that our message is now conveyed." - David Perlmutter, Grain Brain (Little Brown, 2012)

"She is a fantastic partner, an insightful thinker, and a good friend."  - David B. Agus, The End of Illness (Simon & Schuster, 2012)

"This book would not have been possible without the extraordinary efforts of Kristin Loberg, who is a gifted writer, a brilliant mind, and a loving friend. I respect her dedication and professional ethics." - Suhas Kshirsagar, The Hot Belly Diet (Simon & Schuster, 2014)

"I am deeply indebted to Kristin Loberg, who transformed my ramblings into accessible, lucid text while still conveying the essence of my message. I am truly fortunate to have found a writing partner who worked so hard, combining great intelligence and loving optimism." - Jack Stern, Ending Back Pain (Avery, 2014)

"I am incredibly grateful to my writing partner, Kristin Loberg, whose brilliance, devotion, and grace are simply unmatched. The plight of the modern woman, her partner, and her paycheck is far from a simple subject to tackle. There was as much emotional terrain as there was technical to traverse. Kristin, much braver and wiser than I, tirelessly and valiantly steered us toward the promised land. She is an absolute gift and with tremendous thanks to her, this book discovered not only the perfect words, but its heart and soul. And I, in the process, found a dear friend." - Farnoosh Torabi, When She Makes More (Hudson Street Press, 2014)

"...The bearer of the brunt of my bludgeoning of the English language was Kristin Loberg, my collaborator, editor, and friend, who traded draft after draft after draft with infinite patience. She is an amazing person." - Phil Town, Rule #1 (Crown, 2006)

"I feel enormous appreciation for the contribution of my writing partner, Kristin Loberg. Kristin, you have truly put your heart and soul into this project, and have been instrumental on so many levels. In the early stages of this project it was truly a labor of love, where at times it felt as if we were lost and wandering in the desert, with no certainty of finding a homeland. Yet your commitment was unshakable. Your writing skills, intelligence, patience, passion, warm heart, positive attitude, and very importantly, your friendship, have been invaluable in refining my message and creating this book. I can't imagine having done this without you." - Marc Schoen, Your Survival Instinct Is Killing You (Hudson Street Press, 2013)