The 7th Floor Ain't Too High for Angels to Fly: A Collection of Thoughts on Relationships and Self-Understanding

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Health Communications, 1995 - Psychology - 198 pages
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Therapist John M. Eades has written this collection of provocative stories in the Southern tradion of O. Henry, Flannery O'Connor and Mark Twain, but with a psychological bent. The individuals you meet within these covers face moments of crucial insight, moments when life changes irrevocably--for better or worse. Through these tales of ordinary individuals in extraordinary circumstances, Eades helps you reflect on your own life and invites you to discover the inner resources that lead to true joy and fulfillment. Explored are such universal themes as love, motivation, courage, longing, loneliness, regret, faith and death.If you have questioned fate, struggled with life's challenges, longed for what might have been, fought that nagging feeling that something is missing, or grown tired of striving but never arriving, this book is for you. You will laugh and cry, but you won't be able to put down "The 7th Floor Ain't Too High for Angels to Fly."

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