No More Pity Parties: A Guide to Celebrating Your Way Through Life
Nationally syndicated advice columnist June Hall has written a clear concise book which focuses on helping people successfully navigate through life, regardless of their experiences. She highlights four themes: self-esteem, single life, relationships and life dilemmas. Because these themes are generic to the human experience, this book is for everyone, not just those experiencing problems in a certain area. The information which June presents will enhance the quality of every reader's life. The many techniques and approaches listed in her book will provide the reader insight on how to deal with issues and expand their repertoire of coping skills. At times inspirational, practical, and no-nonsense, this book pulls together the wealth of experience, knowledge and practical wisdom that the reader's of June's column have come to expect. No More Pity Parties: A Guide To Celebrating Your Way Through Life is a valuable-resource to anyone trying to manage the ups and downs of life...and aren't we all.
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