LIFE AIN’T NICE, SO GET OVER IT!: Insights to Move You From Stuck to Unstoppable!
If the feelings of anger, fear and frustration with the way your life is going have you stuck; if you are tired of doing the same old thing and getting the same old results; if you want more from your life and believe that you deserve it. This book is for you. In conversations with women, in particular, across the country Patrice Baker knows that many of you suffer in silence. Not sure of what to do or who to turn to for the answers; fearful that your loved one may have a mental illness; angry that another relationship ended in disappointment; frustrated because you don’t get the recognition you deserve; at work, at home. In Life Aint’ Nice, So Get Over It! Patrice Baker gives you insights on how to make insurmountable obstacles, surmountable. Using the seeds (faith, hard work, education, family values) planted by her ancestors, she courageously faces her own once debilitating emotions. An inspiring story of a woman who has created a life filled with more joy, peace and an unstoppable spirit!
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