Emotionally Bulletproof Scott's Story -, Book 2

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Xulon Press, 2011 - Family & Relationships - 180 pages
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Are Your Relationships Helping You Or Holding You Back?As his own family turns on him, Scott Calloway has trouble answering this question. After saving his aunt from her abusive husband, Scott finds himself managing her construction company. With the danger of becoming a target of his abusive uncle, and those still loyal to him, Scott must learn to: Create healthy social circles Choose wisely who to lean on for supportJust like Scott, you may find yourself in need of healthy relationships. By joining Scott in this story, you will have the opportunity to learn a rare, often unexplored lesson from the Bible. After experiencing this story, and the worksheets at the book's end, you will be that much closer to becoming Emotionally Bulletproof.About the AuthorsBrian ShaulBrian Shaul is a personal development coach and speaker with over 10,000 hours of one-on-one coaching experience. He has found that trust is the foundation of all relationships, and that the greatest improvements in the lives of his clients often come from successful application of trust in relationships. He gives seminars on relationships and trust for church groups and businesses.David AllenDavid Allen is a writer with a degree in business, who focuses on personal development and growth. He has partnered with Brian Shaul to co-author this Emotionally Bulletproof series.

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A former journalist, David S. Allen is Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication at Illinois State University, where he teaches and conducts research in the areas of First Amendment law and media ethics. Also a former newspaper journalist, Robert Jensen is Assistant Professor in the Department of Journalism at the University of Texas, Austin, where he teaches and conducts research in media law and ethics, and feminist and lesbian/gay theory.

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