The world is filled with difficult people. It is impossible to avoid them. (You may have one, in particular, in your life right now.) In dealing with such people, we often try a number of coping strategies. Unfortunately, our best attempts at making peace often fail. This is because the difficult people in our lives are often what the Bible calls "fools." And dealing with fools requires a special kind of biblical wisdom. You've tried everything–from confrontation to passivity. You've found out what doesn't work; now discover what does. Gain the tools you need to get along with others and conduct your relationships in a manner that honors God–and preserves your sanity!–in Foolproofing Your Life: Wisdom for Untangling Your Most Difficult Relationships. Learn how new insights from the book of Proverbs can help you respond to those relationships that seem hard to untangle. From the Trade Paperback edition.
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The world is filled with difficult people; it is impossible to avoid them. You've tried confrontation, passivity-- now discover what works. Gain the tools you need to get along with others and conduct your relationships in a manner that honors God-- and preserves your sanity!
|Book Title||: 15 Foolproof Strategies to Successfully Survive Unemployment Rebuild Your Life Finances Get Your Life Back Into Full Bloom Financially Otherwise|
|Author||: Heidi E. Vincent|
|Release Date||: 2015-07-31|
|Available Language||: English, Spanish, And French|
As the late Bob Marley (R.I.P) so rightly sang, "Who feels it knows it!" While you can read many books out there that have been written by Ph.D. titled persons, who, I have no doubt, are well respected in their various professional fields, most of them can only offer you 'classroom' tactics of how to cope with and survive unemployment because they have never been unemployed themselves. I have been unemployed for more than five (5) years. So, I have felt the sting and scourge of unemployment and I KNOW, in a very real and intimate way, what being unemployed feels like. In this book, I share with you some of my own unemployment challenges. At the end of each of the 15 chapters I also share with you some precise activities that you can immediately implement. In chapter 15, I share some sound financial advice from my cumulative financial qualifications and experience as an M.B.A graduate in International Finance, Portfolio Manager, Associate Professor in Finance & Business etc.
Empowering and instructional, this do-it-yourself guide is as artistic and design savvy as it is fun and easy to use, with foolproof directives on creating balance in rooms and enjoying the process.
Please Don’t Say You Need Me. . . is a common plea voiced by people trapped in unhealthy, codependent relationships. Confused by their conflicting emotions, they feel trapped between wanting to love and care for someone else and yet, at the same time, needing to escape from that person’s intense and suffocating demands for self-esteem.Jan Silvious offers practical, biblical answers for those dealing with codependency—actually, people-dependency—that can exist between mates, siblings, parents and children, and friends.· Who is the codependent person?· What is a codependent relationship?· What role does guilt play in a codependent relationship?· Can Christians be codependent?Jan Silvious answers these questions and shows readers how to identify and break the cycle of a codependent relationship in a loving, scriptural manner. Here is insight, hope, and encouragement for replacing unhealthy ways of relating with a new approach that can bring balance and wholeness.
"Widow" is one title women do not want to have. Yet, according to the Surgeon General’s office, 800,000 people become widows or widowers every year in the United States alone. Every aspect of a widow’s existence changes—like it or not, ready or not. These changes add to the emotional roller coaster that most women experience after losing their husband. Miriam Neff understands the ride. As she struggled to understand and accept her new role after her husband’s death, she recognized the need for women to hear from others about their experiences and what helped them transition to this new stage of life. From One Widow to Another offers practical advice for those facing the loss of a spouse. Drawing from her own loss, Neff walks with the reader through practical issues to a sense of encouragement.
From Organizing from the Inside Out for Teens: Jessi Says What's My Payoff? My bedroom is my home base and keeping it organized is a must. If my room isn't in solid condition, it's difficult to keep the rest of my life on track. Here are some other reasons that motivate me to keep my room organized: - My room is the only space on the entire planet that is solely mine. - My organized room allows me to maximize my space and time. - My room boosts my confidence. - My room gives others (especially my mom!) confidence in me. - Organizing my room allows me to do what I want, when I want.
This Tenth Anniversary Edition of The Friendships of women updates the classic that transformed the way women think about their friendships. In addition, a personal or small group study guide has been added to the close of each chapter.