Change Almost Anything in 21 Days: Recharge Your Life with the Power of Over 500 Affirmations

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Health Communications, Incorporated, Jan 15, 2003 - Self-Help - 200 pages
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Ruth Fishel knows that almost any negative habit can be changed in 21 days. While struggling with a drinking problem, Ruth discovered the power of affirmations and transformed her life. She now counsels others about this powerful form of life change.

This expanded edition includes more than five hundred affirmations, indexed by topic. Finding a meaningful affirmation on almost anything is easy: Worried about a job interview? Look up Fear, Confidence or Career. Want to lose weight? Look up Food or Addiction. Other key topics include: Anger, Balance, Creativity, Exercise, Forgiveness, Grief, Health, Money, Trust, and more.

Change Almost Anything in 21 Days shows readers how to use affirmations effectively and includes five suggestions for ensuring success, as well as how to overcome barriers to change and how to tell when it's best not to make a change.

With endearing and timeless illustrations by Bonny Van de Kamp, this book makes a wonderful gift for any occasion-it also comes with a 21-day personal journal.

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Review: Change Almost Anything in 21 Days: Recharge Your Life with the Power of Over 500 Affirmations

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Review: Change Almost Anything in 21 Days: Recharge Your Life with the Power of Over 500 Affirmations

User Review  - Nehal Al - Goodreads

I read this book to change the bad things which it disturbing my good live .Fortunately , the book helps me to stand up through the most of them , iam still changing on what i prefer to be and god help me too. #alhamdulellah Read full review

About the author (2003)

Ruth Fisher is the co-founder and co-director of Serenity, Inc., a multifaceted alcoholism and drug treatment program for women, founded in 1974, in Natick, Massachusetts; as well as of Spirithaven of Cape Cod, a healing program for women in personal growth and recovery. She writes and presents workshops and retreats throughout the country, guiding people on their spiritual journey with the tools of meditation, affirmations and visualizations.

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