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Recovery Workbook Susan Peabody
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$12.95
Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Spiral Bound
This workbook is for love addicts and love avoidants who want to recover. It is based on my book Addiction to Love: Overcoming Obsession and Dependency in Relationships.
Standing in the Light Susan Peabody
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
Susan Peabody is best known for her work in the field of recovery from love addiction and her first book, Addiction to Love: Overcoming Obsession & Dependency in Relationships. She has also written, The Art of Changing: Your Path to a Better Life, Recovery Workbook for Love Addicts & Love Avoidants, and Where Love Abides. For years, Susan has gotten requests for a compilation of her recovery articles published in various periodicals and online magazines over the years. She has finally complied with this book. The first part is Susan's memoirs.
The Art of Changing Susan Peabody
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$10.00
Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
One of the most helpful little books that I have read recently is The Art of Changing, Your Path to a Better Life by Susan Peabody. In a concise way she hits the big items involved when a person gets serious about changing their life for the better, i.e. willingness, taking action, getting help, helping others, building self-esteem, embracing spirituality, treating depression, healing the wounds of the past, and forgiving ourselves and others. She begins her work with a profound quote from her personal journey, "Change is to human life what the metamorphosis is to the caterpillar; it is the inevitable cycle of life. If there is no change, there is no life." I was not looking for an in-de ...
Where Love Abides Susan Peabody
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$10.00
Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781620304945
This allegory was inspired by Hannah Hurdard’s book Hinds’ Feet on High Places. I was so inspired by the courage of her heroine that I was moved to tears. I also identified with how long it took Much-Afraid to progress toward some mystical place where she could find peace. Little did she know that place was within. Recent review . . . Dear Lady, I had to write and tell you how your story, Where Love Abides, has touched my heart and soul. I was mesmerized, and I could not stop reading. My only sorrow was when it ended. What a beautiful, heavenly mind you have! In reading your story, it is clear that God has left His mark upon your mind and soul. I would encourage you to share what G ...