Chocolate for a Woman's Dreams: 77 Stories to Treasure as You Make Your Wishes Come True

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Touchstone, Dec 4, 2001 - Self-Help - 320 pages
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Is anything sweeter or more precious than a treasured dream? In Chocolate for a Woman's Dreams, 77 all-new, real-life tales celebrate the power of dreams to shape our lives at any age, whether we are exploring new possibilities, achieving long-sought goals, or making long-held wishes come true. Here are stories of women who overcome adversity to start anew, and women who gracefully take on the inevitable changes that each stage of life brings. Whether the goal is enhancing their personal lives with friends and families, improving their professional lives by pursuing new challenges, or learning to see the joy in all things, the women here show that anything is possible when we listen to our hearts and follow our dreams. With its irresistible subject and its abundance of cheer, humor, and encouragement, Chocolate for a Woman's Dreams is sure to be on the top of your wish list.

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Contents

Introduction
15
Tips for Sweeter Dreaming Kay Allenbaugh
21
Warm Hands Warm Heart Taylor Joseph
30
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Kay Allenbaugh, creator of the Chocolate series, is a writer and speaker who is known as "The Caretaker of Stories for Women of the World." She lives in Lake Oswego, Oregon. Contributors to the Chocolate series include bestselling authors, motivational speakers, newspaper columnists, radio hosts, spiritual leaders, psychotherapists, businesswomen, and teenagers from all over the world.

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