Anne Wilson Schaef's bestselling Meditations for Women Who Do Too Much invited women to do less and live more. In this wise and graceful sequel to that beloved book, which is also a collection of daily meditations, Schaef encourages us to give up the worries that trouble so many of our lives. Schaef helps us to smile at our worries and encourages us to re-examine our discontent and our desperate need to control our lives. She ponders with us the true nature of love, solitude, creativity, friendship, sorrow, intimacy, and all the experiences that go into making a life. Best of all, she inspires us to respect our own particular inner rhythm and intuitive wisdom, to live this moment, now, with trust and joy.I did not personally know of many quotes on worry and the quotation books seemed woefully bare on this topic. ... The process of worrying includes such issues as how people worry, when they worry, where they worry, and how worry affects them. The content of worrying is what people worry aboutawell, almost everythinga children, money, self-esteem, health, what other people think of them, theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Meditations for People Who Worry|
|Author||:||Anne Wilson Schaef|
|Publisher||:||Ballantine Books - 2013-10-09|