Drawing Your Line: Setting Boundaries Step-by-Step is a manual for developing the self-respect and empowerment that ultimately allows for the setting of healthy boundaries in various arenas of life. This process involves learning to find, respect, and use your voice to take control of your life. Inspired by their work as life coaches working with women, the authors share their personal successes and failures with setting boundaries to inspire you to make healthy changes in your own life. Chock-full of helpful reflection questions to elicit real growth and self-awareness, this book guides you through a "coaching" experience to help you understand where your boundary tendencies come from and how to make healthy shifts toward a life of freedom and peace. Setting boundaries is not an act of aggression, but rather, an act of self-empowerment through self-love.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-10-30 - Publisher: Covenant Books, Inc.
Drawing Your Line: Setting Boundaries Step-by-Step is a manual for developing the self-respect and empowerment that ultimately allows for the setting of healthy boundaries in various arenas of life. This process involves learning to find, respect, and use your voice to take control of your life. Inspired by their work
Type: BOOK - Published: 2010 - Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
Are you ready for a life worth living? A life with more joy, discovery and purpose ? the best year of your life? Then let Have the Best Year of Your Life be your companion on a 12 month journey to identify and break free from what's holding you back,
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-06-14 - Publisher: Harper Collins
For all those who have been enchanted by the power of synchronicity and are ready to be taken further down the path, Find Your Purpose, Change Your Life offers the next step. Here, Carol Adrienne, coauthor of the New York Times bestseller The Celestine Prophecy: An Experimental Guide, provides a
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-10-25 - Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
Drawings are everywhere. Daubed on ancient cave walls and projected on screens. Drawings helps us describe science, depict emotions and discover. Yet many of us laid aside drawing - or more simply, mark-making - in childhood, thereby losing a rich and varied way to tell our stories.
Type: BOOK - Published: 1998 - Publisher: Robert Gerzon
Seen on national television, a psychotherapist argues that anxiety is a natural part of life and shows how, paradoxically, it can be a means to find serenity, take advantage of new opportunities, and discover one's true self and potential. Reprint.