Free eBook--Making Mud Angels: Winning Strategies for Tough Times
Free eBook until midnight Wednesday January 27th. Making Mud Angels: Winning Strategies for Tough Times was written to provide help with our changing world and economy; health problems or disabilities, including terminal or chronic illnesses; losses and potential losses like death, divorce, or suicide; relationship issues and struggles; career crises; loss of a job or career status; financial woes like bankruptcy or debt; life transitions like childbirth or menopause or aging; victimization through crime or abuse; exposure to a public tragedy like 9/11; and emotional problems like depression or anxiety.
Making Mud Angels offers tried and true answers for new problems. The Action Plans have been added to provide structure, an easy to follow blueprint for success. Create a calendar of Action Plans to undertake or turn to random pages for intuitive on-the-spot support.
This book was born in bits and pieces as my personal form of emotional first aid. Often, a friend or relative has shared some folk wisdom or common sense advice that has helped me through a tough time. I've found that these proverbs can allay fears and strengthen resolve. During my times of trouble, simple changes based on these simple sayings have frequently come to my rescue.
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