Writing for both men and women, the author of "Women Who Love Too Much" sets out to teach readers to recognize the soul's purpose. She offers a perspective on adversity that addresses questions such as: what is the point of pain?; why are relationships so difficult?; what does my life mean?
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The best-selling author of Women Who Love Too Much reveals how a spiritually enlightened understanding of life's afflictions can lead us to a new age of personal and planetary healing. By making esoteric principles and spiritual laws that apply to all of us understandable, Norwood helps her readers fulfill their own destiny. Line drawings.About the Author:
Robin Norwood is a licensed marriage, family and child therapist in private practice. She specialises in treating unhealthy patterns of relating in love relationships, as well as addiction, co-addiction, compulsive eating, and depression. She lives with her husband in Santa Barbara, California.
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Book Description Arrow/Children's (a Division of Random House, 1995. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX009952371X