A Matter of Destiny

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Joanne B. Parrotta, May 31, 2006 - Family & Relationships - 144 pages
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A Matter of Destiny is for all those who have experienced disappointment in love and wondered if they will ever find happiness in relationships. It is written for single men and women who are beginning to realize that there must be something more to love relationships than what they have been experiencing. Joanne B. Parrotta will reveal how you can make the dream of finding your soulmate a reality. You will learn about the different kinds of soulmate relationships. Through real stories of everyday people, she will show you how, when, and where you can meet your ideal and wonderful soulmate. You will also discover how to resolve dating and love relationship problems you may be experiencing, how to avoid unhealthy relationships and much, much more. This book is not just for people who are looking for spiritual love. It is also for those who have already found it but need help keeping it, as well as for those who may have already met their beloved but do not realize it. Just wishing for a soulmate is not enough. Bringing a loving soulmate into our life demands that we get on the path to our own growth and that we develop relationship skills. The author believes that by working from the inside out we attract a higher quality relationship. How to accomplish this is the focus of this book.
 

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Contents

True Love Never Dies
7
Avoiding Relationships That Bring You Down
27
The Wrong Kind of Love When Your Partner Wont Commit
41
Manifesting Your Soulmate
58
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Born in southern Italy, Joanne B. Parrotta now lives in Vancouver, BC. Since the beginning of the 1980's, she has been studying, learning, and writing about topics ranging from spirituality to personal growth. She writes books that will make a difference in people's lives. Joanne's passionate interest in helping others began early in life. She has worked in a group home for troubled teens and volunteered at a support services organization for battered women, where she received several months of counselling training. She has happily provided a home for several foster children and has raised three of her own. Now, though her writing, she reaches out to counsel others and share her wisdom and passions with her re

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