Submissive No More: One Woman's Journey to Joy

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Balboa Press, Nov 20, 2012 - Biography & Autobiography - 86 pages
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From a painful choice in a Cessna 210 to a life of joy and well-being, journey with this candid narrator through secrecy to authenticity. In Submissive No More, Barbara Moore shares her compelling story of acquiescence, tribulation, resilience, growth and resurrection. Learn how she ultimately made bold changes to bring her best self forward.
A quiet, true, contemplative voice, with a story of awakening all readers will embrace.
Sandra Dorr, Desert Water
Courageous. Unflinching. Surprising. After decades of feeling as if she had to compromise her essential nature to please other people, Barbara Moore not only learned to speak up for herself, she learned to tell her story in such a way that it encourages all of us to notice where we are not being true to ourselves. Full of grit and grace, Submissive No More is an inspiration.
Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer,
The Less I Hold and The Miracle Already Happening:
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The journey to one’s authentic self may be long yet the author’s courage to “come to right relationships” is her reward and a wise and powerful encouragement to others.
Marie Louise Seckar, O.P.

A portion of the proceeds of this book will go to Microloans for the empowerment of women.

 

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Contents

History
11
Effort
25
Progress
41
Amazement
51
Epilogue
69
Copyright

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About the author (2012)

A newly retired registered nurse, Barbara enjoys writing as an avocation. Her writing is supported by Women Writing for (a) Change, and a local writers’ forum. Having published essays and poetry, this is her first book.
Author “Barbara Moore” rose from the ashes of startling desolation in a sad marriage. Encouraged by writer friends, Barbara sensed a growing urge to share her story. She would like readers, in whatever circumstances, to glimpse options for freedom from suffering and freedom to experience joy.

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