Bouncing Back From Loss: How To Learn From Your Past, Heal The Present, And Transform Your Future (Google eBook)

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Morgan James Publishing, Mar 1, 2011 - Self-Help - 226 pages
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What Do You Do When Your World Falls Apart? For Donna Marie Thompson, it was a perfect storm of losses. She lost her mother, her man, her money, and her health. But it wasn’t just about the people, things, and conditions; she lost her plans, her dreams–the very future she had been creating. So, what did Donna Marie do when virtually everything she had worked and sacrificed for disappeared? She picked herself up, brushed herself off, and began to rebuild her life. This is not a book about how Donna Marie made the best of a bad situation and had a fairy tale ending. (She didn’t.) Neither is it a review of why these terrible developments were the best things that ever happened to her. (They weren’t!) Instead, it is a blueprint for learning life’s lessons, a guide for how to glue it back together should your world fall apart.
  

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
PREFACE
3
STRUCTURE OF THE BOOK
5
AUTHORS NOTE
7
Chapter 1 TODAY ALL IS WELL
9
Chapter 2 OUR RELATIONSHIP HISTORY
15
Chapter 3 ELDER CARE CRISIS WITH MY MOTHER
21
Chapter 4 REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT AS A PLACEHOLDER
31
Chapter 11 MY RECOVERY PROCESS
85
Chapter 12 LESSONS LEARNED
109
Chapter 13 LOOKING BACK OVER IT ALL
127
Chapter 14 TOOLS TO CLEAR THE PATH TO RECOVERY
133
Chapter 15 SEVEN COMMON OBSTACLES TO RECOVERY
171
Chapter 16 TOMORROW IS A NEW DAY
179
APPENDICES
185
THE 5 ES TO RECOVERY COACHING PROGRAM8482
187

Chapter 5 UNBELIEVABLE BETRAYAL
37
Chapter 6 MY PHYSICAL SETBACK
47
Chapter 7 REAL ESTATE COLLAPSE BEGINS
55
Chapter 8 THE RELATIONSHIP UNRAVELS
59
Chapter 9 THE REAL ESTATE COLLAPSE DEEPENS
67
Chapter 10 THE RELATIONSHIP UNRAVELS FURTHER
71
QUIZZES
189
21 STUPID THINGS TO SAY WHEN SOMEONE HAS SUFFERED A LOSS
199
SUGGESTED READING LIST
201
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
203
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