After the Boxes are Unpacked: Moving on After Moving in

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Focus on the Family Pub., 1995 - Religion - 165 pages
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More than 40 million Americans move each year, and studies show it can be one of the heaviest strains on a marriage. For women especially, relocating can be a traumatic event. With true stories, ingenious insights, and helpful hints, this great book makes transitioning smoother so women can get on with their lives. Those who are moving will find this valuable book as important as packing tape.

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After the Boxes Are Unpacked was a refreshing and spiritual read. My husband and I have moved our family around a lot and in each of those moves, was heartache. We just never felt stable. We are now ... Read full review

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I needed to read this. It has helped me cope with the emotions of moving so much. It has renewed my faith, given me hope and it will be often referred to. It was a great supplement to the support group I've found locally. Read full review


From Grits to GuacamoleMy story
Coming Full CircleFinding contentment in your
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Susan Miller, a professor of English at the University of Utah and faculty member of the University Writing Program, won the first W. Ross Winterowd Award in 1989 for "Rescuing the Subject: A Critical Introduction to Rhetoric and the Writer. "She recently won her university's Distinguished Research Award.

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