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Discovering Audacious Love: Finding Deep Happiness in Everyday Life Paperback – March 13, 2013
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About the Author
Mary Jo Mc Veigh is the founder of Cara House, Centre for Resilience and Recovery, located in Sydney, Australia. She completed her Master Degree in Social work in 1986 in Belfast Ireland and brings a creative diversity of wisdom to her work. She been a guest speaker on TV and radio shows as well as publishing in professional journals and presenting at National and international conferences. She was a NSW women of the year award nominee in 2010 for her work with children and adults traumatised by abuse.
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This is the story of an ordinary woman finding (and then embracing and nourishing) the love and strength that are present even amidst the trials and injustices that somehow find us all. Her simply-told story, thankfully devoid of new-age clutter, showed how she found love and compassion even for those who wronged her and others. Her journey--though unlike my own--is also my story. Because it is the universal story of all people: having to face life's ups and downs. How we do it is what matters. As the author, Mary Jo, walked her path, she found out how to nurture the love within. And while she shares the joy--and pain--she experienced as she grew, she also shares how she overcame the urge to blame and judge and learned to love even the `unlovable'.
Mary-Jo's story of developing audacious love has healed some part of me--even through my pain. Now, after finishing the book, the learning lingers, helping me understand how to develop my own audacious love--even for those I'd rather blame.
Get this book. Enjoy the story, and let the love in you develop and grow to heal you and those you touch.