Life Lessons For My Sisters: How to Make Wise Choices and Live a Life You Love!

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Hyperion Books, May 4, 2005 - Self-Help - 224 pages
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Warm encouragement and straightforward guidance to help women lead a life they love.

Searching for a life blessed with peace and happiness Longing to move past old expectations and learn to live in the moment Life Lessons for My Sisters is an inspirational guidebook and valuable resource for women who want to live a more meaningful life. Based on Natasha Munson's own personal experiences, the book was written to help young black women avoid many of the pitfalls she herself encountered on her road to adulthood. Written in pithy, inspirational chapters, each concluding with a wise observation about life, the book offers simple advice that women of all ages and backgrounds will appreciate and respond to.

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i have read this book within three days and i liked it. it really gave me some useful information that i could use in the future.

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This Book Moves My Spirit To Want To Become A Better Person....Reading This Book Is Like A Flowing Of Rivers That Soothes The Soul....I Love That The Book Guides My Heart Every Step Of The WAY,I Feel ... Read full review

Contents

Education Unlocks Your Destiny
9
The Ideal Man
23
Am My Truth
25
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Natasha Munson is a motivational speaker with a focus on empowering the community one spirit at a time. She is the author of Life Lessons for My Sisters and serves as the director of Culture Kids educational program and On Faith Publishing, which assists authors with writing and promotion. She resides in Atlanta, GA, with her two daughters.

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