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Excellent reading for those of us motivated to rise above the trauma and social stigma of our disabilities who don't want to be defined by them.Published 13 days ago by Charlene MacKenzie
This is helpful for dealing with depression, but the author/reader is not respectful towards the Catholic Church. I think feminism and zen are closer to her vocation.Published 14 days ago by Barry P. Rummel
This book helps to make sense out of life - HOPE in the aftermath of struggle. Joan Chittister is certainly one of our favorite authors. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Peggy's Posts
If you Are going through a transition or you are feeling angry, abused, or stuck this book could assist you to move forward in the process to a more healthy place.Published 3 months ago by Lura M. Kaval
CHittister is such a great writer...definitely worth the read for anyone.Published 4 months ago by Lucia
This is a "one of a kind" book. It's a very mature and well thought out collection of inner processes that urge spiritual growth.Published 4 months ago by Diane
Full of self-revelation, Chittister has once again given up many gems of wisdom to help us reframe the negative experiences of life.Published 6 months ago by Dee Ann Miller