Radical Relationship Resource: A Guide for Repairing, Letting Go, or Moving On
by Dr. Carol Morgan & Dick Sutphen
Radical Relationship Resource is a unique, quick-moving book that gives you a different tip on each page to apply to your life. It blends general relationship advice with radical – and sometimes shocking – ideas. Unlike most books that are meant to be read cover-to-cover, this resource book can be continuously referred to as you encounter relationship issues. Easy to read, yet full of guidance and inspiration that you probably never thought of before, Radical Relationship Resource can be used by anyone who is currently in a relationship, trying to let go of one, or trying to move on. The book is divided into three sections:
Section One: 25 Common Complaints of Relationship Demise
Section Two: Tips for Relationship Maintenance & Repair
Section Three: Tips for Letting Go & Moving On from a Relationship
This is a book that you will want to keep with you at all times because you will use the advice on a daily basis. Companion E-Courses to the book are also available on the E-Courses Page! Check them out!
Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life! 101 Motivational Ideas for Lasting Happiness
by Dr. Carol Morgan
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Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life! 101 Motivational Ideas for Lasting Happiness delivers 101 wise ideas and thoughts that you can apply to your everyday life. Some of it will challenge you. Some of it you might not have ever thought of before. But all of them will make you happier if you adopt and implement these new ideas into your life.
We’re Not That Different: Two Sisters’ Religious and Spiritual Journeys $9.95
by Dr. Carol Morgan
We’re Not That Different: Two Sisters’ Religious and Spiritual Journeys takes a personal approach to comparative religion and spirituality. It promotes religious tolerance by examining how two women constructed their current spiritual and religious beliefs. During the 1940s and 1950s, Ann Morgan and Patricia Smith grew up in the same Catholic family and went to church faithfully. Patricia stayed with the religion and used it as her anchor in life. Ann became a nun, then left the convent and embarked on a spiritual quest towards New Age and the metaphysical world. In a world where many wars are fought over religion, it is important for people to gain the knowledge of other religions besides their own. We’re Not That Different helps spread the information necessary to promote religious tolerance. And ultimately, it illustrates how two seemingly different schools of spiritual thought aren’t that different. Click here to find it on Amazon.