Move from running-on-empty to spent-and-content. Exhale is for the woman who is suffocating under the pressures of being all things to all people. The pressure of filling every unfilled spot at church, home, and work. The pressure of trying...
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Move from running-on-empty to spent-and-content.
Exhale is for the woman who is suffocating under the pressures of being all things to all people. The pressure of filling every unfilled spot at church, home, and work. The pressure of trying to do it all right, make decisions that benefit everyone else, and keep everyone happy.
Rather than adding more to your to-do list, in this book Amy Carroll and Cheri Gregory show you how to
· lose who you're not
· love who you are
· live your one life well
This isn't a time management book filled with how-to lists and calendar tools. Rather, it walks you through a process that releases you from the things that have created unbearable pressure. Then you'll be free to start investing your life in ways that fulfill the desires of your heart, benefit your people, and bring glory to God.
Includes Now Breathe activities that correspond to each chapter's content and interactive assessments to help you move toward gentle change.
Ashley Coates is a first time author, but long time supporter of children with special needs and their families. Ashley has worked with families across a multitude of Special Education disciplines and currently focuses on Special Education Advocacy and Social Skills Coaching. Ashley holds a Bachelor's Degree in Education/Special Education and a Master's Degree in Organizational Leadership, both from Southern New Hampshire University. Ashley is currently expanding her knowledge of Special Education and Neurodevelopmental Disabilities as a Fellow at Children's Hospital in the LEND (Leadership Ed
Cheri Gregory is a certified personality trainer and has written numerous magazine articles and drama scripts. When she's not writing, she loves to ride at the Monterey Bay Horsemanship and Therapeutic Center and to jog with her keeshond, Shatzi. She and her husband, Daniel, have been married for 25 years and are the parents of two young adults.