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101 Tips To Lighten Your Burden
Practical Advice For Life
We all have burdens of some kind, though we may carry them in different ways. The way we react to our challenges in life will determine whether we continue to struggle or whether we live life to the fullest.
When we are faced with roadblocks in life, we always have choices. We can let them paralyze us and not move forward, we can bust through them leaving havoc in our wake, or we can find a way around them continuing down our path.
101 Tips to Lighten Your Burden gives you quick, easy-to-read advice on how to handle many of life's struggles. You can pick it up whenever you need a lift. It will be like the voice of a friend telling you what you can do to make the situation better.
Discover ways to cope with difficult situations.
Realize that they are not alone with what they face in life.
Find solace in the messages given.
See they have power to make choices by how they react.
Feel empowered by the messages.
"I have a Ph.D. in psychology, and decades of therapeutic experience, and I can tell you, this book could have been written by an experienced psychologist. Ms. Bonn could change professions, and become a professor in the psychology department of any university. In particular, she is an expert in Positive Psychology." --Bob Rich, PhD, Author of From Depression to Contentment
"Jennifer Bonn's writings are inspiring and thought-provoking. Her articles contain positive steps to become a better person. Her writings always contain sound advice with a slightly humorous slant." --Rebecca Gilbert, Director, Physician Coding Compliance, Wellstar Health System
"There is no doubt that Jennifer Bonn's new book will meet your expectations. I have been following her writing for years, and her essays are always insightful and intriguing and often humorous. Jennifer's writing has a way of empowering you. It is a feel-good guide of learning, accepting, and discovering." --Kimberly Tucker, aircraft mechanic