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You can heal your life was written by Louise Hay, Great book! Exercise in the mirror: One day I was in front of my mirror I felt nothing emotional. But this exercise is hard for some people who hate themselves, some cry some don't. Saying for example only "Lori I love and accept you exactly as you a »
Here I am today with more self respect and a positive attitude. I finally forgave an exboyfriend from when I was 18 years old, I saw him today and walked passed with a smile and a sense of peace in my heart. My fashion sense has changed snice the day I left my exhubby. seeing people as a person not »
A simple yet effective book - again about goal setting. Enjoy! »
I wanted to share this book I swapped for at my local book exchange. I bought it for two reasons. 1. It had koi fish on the cover. 2. It had the word Zen in the title. I had no idea it was going to be so great! Title: Zen Flesh Zen Bones comipled by Paul reps & Nyogen Senzaki Most inspiring words: " »
This is a fable of an out of control Lawyer who retreats to live with monks. I really enjoy Robin's works - there are several although like all stuff in this genre it is often repeated across several books. Enjoy! Angie »
I listen to audiobooks on the way to work. This book is written about procrastination and so the outcome is about achieving goals. I use www.audible.com for downloading and works great. Enjoy! Angie »
I am a firm believer in the power of goal setting. A book I would recommend to others for goal setting is Discover Your Purpose: A Simple Guide to Setting and Reaching Your Goals. It's a workbook (which is nice, because I hate reading self-help novels, I prefer the interaction). I think what makes i »