Finding Joy in My Messy Life

Finding Joy in My Messy Life
Author: Carole Leathem
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 172
Release: 2021-04-15
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 1646452593

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When Carole Leathem's husband, Bill, first began the battle with anxiety, depression, and suicidal thoughts, little did she know her years of rejection and identity issues would come to a head. After all, when you're the wife of a senior pastor, there are certain expectations that come with it, and imperfection and mental illness are not among them. The pain, uncertainty, and rejection were nearly unbearable at times, but whenever Carole surrendered to God, he showed up time and time again. Through beautiful storytelling and raw transparency, Carole chronicles her journey of overcoming abuse, addiction, and chaos that had plagued her family for generations, along with the new adventure of caring for a spouse who struggles with mental illness. Full of heartache, hope, and new beginnings, Finding Joy in My Messy Life shows how to experience joy no matter your circumstances. Carole's story testifies that God is a personal God, who loves our imperfect selves perfectly and without conditions and sees our trials as gifts. Life may be messy, but as Carole reveals, the joy of Christ can still reign.

Prayers for a Woman s Soul

Prayers for a Woman s Soul
Author: Julie Gillies
Publsiher: Harvest House Publishers
Total Pages: 114
Release: 2013-02-01
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9780736947817

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Women have a prayer list a mile long: Husbands. Children. Friends. Church leaders. Neighborhood situations. The military. World events. The sick and the shut-in and the chronically struggling. With so much on their minds, it’s no wonder that women sometimes forget to pray for themselves, neglecting their own needs and spiritual growth. For every woman who specializes in “front-burner prayer,” praying for whatever is boiling over at the moment (and there’s always something boiling over!) comes Prayers for a Woman’s Soul. This inspiring book will teach wives, mothers, friends, sisters, and daughters how to cover themselves with prayer on a regular basis. Each devotion includes powerful spiritual insight, personalized Scripture, and a prayer to help begin the conversation with God. This soul-pampering journey will rejuvenate, refresh, and revive a woman’s soul!

Love Him Or Leave Him But Don t Get Stuck With the Tab

Love Him Or Leave Him  But Don t Get Stuck With the Tab
Author: Loni Love
Publsiher: Simon and Schuster
Total Pages: 257
Release: 2013-07-30
Genre: Family & Relationships
ISBN: 9781451694765

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The "Chelsea Lately" panelist imparts humorous advice about finding love by putting oneself first, sharing anecdotes and Q&A-style romance tips to counsel women on how to avoid exploitative relationships.


Author: Lisa Carberry
Publsiher: Balboa Press
Total Pages: 134
Release: 2015-01-12
Genre: Self-Help
ISBN: 9781452518749


“The R.E.A.L education revolution begins with an inner voyage whose milestones are self-awareness, personal responsibility, meditation, and soul assimilation.”— Lisa Carberry This book is for people who want to actively connect with love, beginning with the love of self. It is for the individual who wants to connect with the messages of their soul and firmly follow their soul’s guidance, exercising choice from a non-reactive, heart-centered place. This powerful and engaging book, which walks with Lisa as she bravely describes the events of her life—how she came through surviving narrow thinking communities to face her own limiting beliefs and learn the gift of choice in the present—will be, for the reader, a blessing. As a reader, you will feel as if you are journeying with Lisa through her pains and hurts and through the formation of her beliefs. You will experience the inward path she took towards creating an empowered and peaceful present that allows her to walk into and create the future of her dreams. In the process, you’ll be inspired to observe the stories of your past, seeing where your pains lie, noticing your own limiting beliefs, and join with Lisa in transforming your life and transforming your teaching through an engaging dialogue with your own soul speak. Transform Your Life, Transform Your Teaching: Book One: Soul Speak is an authentic, intimate, challenging, and revealing journey into the depths of the mind’s creations. Its purpose is to encourage a real, inward education revolution that exposes the truth of who and what we really are as well as the infinite power that lies within to envision, create, and manifest our best life, revealing what is possible when we actively choose to get R.E.A.L and be R.E.A.L with ourselves and others.

Life s Messy Live Happy

Life s Messy  Live Happy
Author: Cy Wakeman
Publsiher: St. Martin's Press
Total Pages: 272
Release: 2022-03-29
Genre: Self-Help
ISBN: 9781250275172

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A simple shift in thinking can change everything you believe about your own happiness. By the time we become adults, most of us have joined the religion of suffering, which preaches that unless circumstances are controlled, life will be a mess. We compare ourselves to others and speculate about an impossible-to-know future, holding out hope for an improved life through getting ahead, fulfilling passion, or finding true love. But the idea that happiness comes from putting effort toward altering one’s circumstances is harmful and backward. What if we instead learned to understand that circumstances can rarely be controlled, and that life is, and always will be, messy? From that starting point, we could learn to use our minds to create happiness despite life’s ever-changing circumstances and events. Life’s Messy, Live Happy by Cy Wakeman is about dramatically changing the level of happiness you feel in your daily life, by learning to disconnect happiness from external forces, stop worrying about the future, and realize that most of your negative feelings are about things that never even happened. Wakeman is a credible, relatable teacher—a business owner, mother, and community member who has lived her philosophy and achieved profound happiness and success in a crazy, messy life. Filled with concrete daily practices and true stories that are hilarious, painful, and poignant, this book will change everything: your perspective, your focus, and your energy level for everyday life.

The Dress

The Dress
Author: Kate Kerrigan
Publsiher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Total Pages: 370
Release: 2015-07-01
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781784082376

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'Glamorous, gripping and moving. I just loved it' MARIAN KEYES. Joy is beautiful, but she has a secret fear. Although she is the toast of 1950s New York Society, with everything money can buy, she is afraid that one day her beauty will fade and she will lose the love of her glamorous husband. Honor is a young seamstress, who has been working her fingers to the bone with little reward, but her luck is about to change. For her 30th birthday, Joy commissions Honor to create the the most dazzling dress ever seen. Lily has always loved vintage clothes. Thousands follow her fashion blog. One day she stumbles upon an article about a legendary evening dress, created in the 1950s, but now lost to history. She knows that she must find out more. What Lily uncovers is a story of glamour, friendship and love betrayed. The story of two women, one ruthless man – and a dress so sublime, nothing in couture would ever match it again.

Mothering through Precarity

Mothering through Precarity
Author: Julie A. Wilson,Emily Chivers Yochim
Publsiher: Duke University Press
Total Pages: 232
Release: 2017-03-09
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: 9780822373193

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In Mothering through Precarity Julie A. Wilson and Emily Chivers Yochim explore how working- and middle-class mothers negotiate the difficulties of twenty-first-century mothering through their everyday engagement with digital media. From Facebook and Pinterest to couponing, health, and parenting websites, the women Wilson and Yochim study rely upon online resources and communities for material and emotional support. Feeling responsible for their family's economic security, these women often become "mamapreneurs," running side businesses out of their homes. They also feel the need to provide for their family's happiness, making successful mothering dependent upon economic and emotional labor. Questioning these standards of motherhood, Wilson and Yochim demonstrate that mothers' work is inseparable from digital media as it provides them the means for sustaining their families through such difficulties as health scares, underfunded schools, a weakening social safety net, and job losses.

Secrets and Mysteries

Secrets and Mysteries
Author: Denise Linn
Publsiher: Hay House, Inc
Total Pages: 224
Release: 2002-09-01
Genre: Body, Mind & Spirit
ISBN: 9781401901035

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The Glory and Pleasure of Being a Woman! Secrets and Mysteries will give you a profound understanding of what it means to be a woman. Full of passion, mysticism, and practical information, it will tap the source of your power at the depths of your soul.