a journey to contentment: navigating through divorce
Are you, or a friend, going through a separation or divorce? Has your marriage headed off course and you don’t know how to move in the right direction? This book is the help you need to navigate those raging waters. It will give you new insights, renew your faith in a compassionate God and present some concrete ways to “dig” out of the “holes” that keep you from freedom and enjoying life to the fullest. E. J. Carney will inspire and encourage you all along the way through her new book. She will help you to learn to love yourself again and prepare you for healthy relationships. The book will guide you on how to set goals, obtain financial freedom, learn about perfect mate wish lists, temptations and the way out as well as slips to avoid as you grow through your divorce. You will learn how to forgive and be forgiven and find out what contentment really is and how to get there. You will find an appendix that includes a monthly budget worksheet and even some marriage principles that will help you if you choose to marry again. Finally, there is a 31 day journal to help you navigate through your divorce. This would be a great book for anyone who is going through a separation or divorce, for a Singles' Pastor, or for you to give to friends who may need some guidance even on just their budget, goal setting or forgiveness.
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