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You Can't Fly If You're Still Clutching the Dirt: How to Stop Worrying and Achieve Your God-Given Potential Paperback – July 29, 2005
From the Author
Life is too short to waste it worrying. As the old saying goes, "A person who worries about death, dies a thousand times while the rest of us must only die once." I come from a long line of worriers, and its been one of my quests in life to find a cure. Wouldnt it be wonderful never to worry again? Wouldnt it be fantastic if you didnt have to live in fear? What if I told you it was possible!
There is a cure for worry, and it doesnt involve drugs. Granted, some people, through no fault of their own, are prone to worry for chemical or genetic reasons, but Im not one of those people. While I believe this book could even be useful for someone with a mental disorder, this book is written for the average person. Its written for all those people out there like me who have a bad habit of worrying because thats what we grew up watching our mothers do.
About the Author
Marnie L. Pehrson was born and raised in the Chattanooga, Tennessee area and lives with her husband Greg and their six children in Northwest Georgia.
Marnie is the author of inspirational nonfiction works such as Lord, Are You Sure?, and 10 Steps to Fulfilling Your Divine Destiny as well as historical fiction titles including Waltzing with the Light, Hannahs Heart, Beyond the Waterfall and The Patriot Wore Petticoats.
Marnie has served in many capacities in her Church with the young womens, womens and childrens organizations. She has also served as a Family History Consultant, Gospel Doctrine teacher and is currently a youth Seminary instructor.
Marnie is the founder of multi-denominational SheLovesGod.com. The site hosts the annual SheLovesGod Virtual Womens Conference the 3rd week of October each year. Shes also an accomplished Web developer and entrepreneur.