Balancing Your Emotions

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Doubleday Religious Publishing Group, 2000 - Health & Fitness - 128 pages
EMOTIONS are a gift from God, created to give our lives richness and meaning.  But, on the other hand, they can warp us and confuse us--and make us forever fourteen.

Whether stemming from a crippled self-image, hormonal ups and downs, disappointments in life, or harmful patterns of living, much of a woman's energy on an average day must be directed toward handling how she feels and how she acts of reacts to those feelings.

Gayle Roper is a wife, mother, and writer who has had her share of significant ups and downs.  In Balancing Your Emotions, she breaks emotional problems into manageable pieces and gives strong biblical, hard-won advice to women who want consistency in the midst of their chaos.  Establishing Christian values, setting reasonable goals, distinguishing between real and assumed guilt, and developing healthy daily patterns are just a few areas explored in this practical upbeat book.

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Contents

Identifying the Emotional
2
Health and Hormones
9
Dreams
21
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Gayle Roper rejoices every day that God has called her to be a writer because she's in love with story. Even on the days that words rebel and have to be coerced onto the paper, there is nothing else she'd rather do. When readers like her work, it's like God says, "See? I knew what you were wired to do." When her books win awards like the Carol Award (Caught Redhanded) or the RITA Award (Autumn Dreams), the Holt Medallion (The Decision, Caught in a Bind, Autumn Dreams) or the Reviewer's Choice (The Decision), it's icing on the cake. And she gets to teach others how to write at conferences too. She spends a lot of time smiling.
Her latest project is her blog, www.widowsjourney.com.

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