|Author:||D. Div.,Kevin Bradley,Mande Porter,Carolyn Porter|
|Title:||The Realness Of A Woman: A Journey For Seeking, Remembering & Being Who You Are|
|Format:||doc lit mbr lrf|
|ePUB size:||1481 kb|
|FB2 size:||1389 kb|
|DJVU size:||1978 kb|
|Publisher:||Empower Productions; 1 edition (November 1, 2003)|
Unlike your typical self help books found in every local Barnes and Nobles, the author grabs your hands and speaks to you on a personal level by opening your spirit and mind. The book is divided into three parts: Seeking, Remembering and Being. Carolyn Porter, . iv, transformed her life in recent years and is passionate about helping others to do the same. She is a speaker, author, trainer, wholeness coach, minister and energy worker, and is known for her ability to reach out and touch your heart so that your heart opens to your own greatness.
Carolyn said: We ask questions, expect answers and still find ourselves in doubt. This book is divided into three parts: Seeking, Remembering, and Being. In each of these sections, the author examines common issues that often cause women to settle with a life that does not make use of their full potential. Not only does the author explain the issue in detail using real life examples but also provides realistic advice on how to tackle these issues. To further reinforce these notions, each topic has a summary section, practical empowerment activities, and an affirmation for practical use and reference.
The Realness of a Woman aims to guide women towards self acceptance and self actualization. This section discussed many of our deepest fears such as the fear of rejection, the fear of being alone, and the fear of financial instability. Though these fears all represent real potential situations, the author explains that more often than not the fear of these situations is more real and debilitating than if one had to actually deal with these situations. Thus, it is fear that keeps us locked in unhealthy lives and relationships.
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