Surrendering to Yourself: You Are Your Own Soul Mate

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Miamax, Apr 2, 2003 - Family & Relationships - 288 pages
Best-selling author Iris Krasnow presents a powerful, exhilarating book about living from truth, about uncovering who you are, beyond marriage, children, and career. With passionate narrative and insightful interviews, Krasnow helps readers muster up the courage to discard old selves that are false, and to live their dreams. She pushes people to sever unhealthy relationships, to resurrect childhood hobbies, to consider a new career, and to face their own mortality. Krasnow stresses that Surrendering to Yourself is not a selsh pursuit, that developing clarity and strength from within means opening up to the world and to love. 'My goal is for midlifers to think life-lifts, not facelifts; for people with crevices in their faces to realize that Botox cannot x their souls,' writes Krasnow. 'It is only when we plug into the passion of our souls can we nd happiness.' With humor and grace, Krasnow propels us to identify our true selves and live the lives we were meant to lead, with purpose, exuberance, and direction.

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Iris Krasnow is the author of Surrendering to Motherhood and has appeared on numerous national programs including The Oprah Winfrey Show. She is a freelance writer whose work regularly appears in The Washington Post. She lives in Maryland with her husband and four sons.

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