Art of Changing: Your Path to a Better Lifeby Susan Peabody
Bored, unsettled, lonely, depressed, or addicted? The truth is that to solve your problems you must embrace change. Self-help author and teacher Susan Peabody has seen it happen over and over again-her students want to turn their lives around but cant cope with the challenges on the road to change. In THE ART OF CHANGING, Peabody explains how to cross the bridge… See more details below
Bored, unsettled, lonely, depressed, or addicted? The truth is that to solve your problems you must embrace change. Self-help author and teacher Susan Peabody has seen it happen over and over again-her students want to turn their lives around but cant cope with the challenges on the road to change. In THE ART OF CHANGING, Peabody explains how to cross the bridge between the problem and the solution. She offers inspiration and direction on how to become willing, use the spirit, find motivation, find group support, and deal with stumbling blocks to change. Dreams can come true if we can learn the delicate ART OF CHANGING.
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Meet the Author
SUSAN PEABODY is an experienced speaker, workshop leader, and author. She has helped thousands of people overcome love addiction. She lives in Berkeley, California.
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I just got this review from Amazon: One of the most helpful little books that I have read recently is The Art of Changing, Your Path to a Better Life by Susan Peabody. In a concise way she hits the big items involved when a person gets serious about changing their life for the better, i.e. willingness, taking action, getting help, helping others, building self-esteem, embracing spirituality, treating depression, healing the wounds of the past, and forgiving ourselves and others. She begins her work with a profound quote from her personal journey, “Change is to human life what the metamorphosis is to the caterpillar; it is the inevitable cycle of life. If there is no change, there is no life.” I was not looking for an in-depth analysis of the mysterious and difficult process of changing. I was looking for inspiration and I found it. Susan did it. I can too. Pastor Raytown I have just finished reading a book titled “The Art of Changing” by Susan Peabody. What prompted me to choose this book was an affirmation I noted when I flipped through the pages. You know how sometimes you can be a spiritual magnet when some things, people or occasions that appear in your life at the right time when you are working on some issues, seeking for understanding and resolution at different stages in your life. This is what happened to me. I needed this book and it arrived. As they say, "when the student is ready the teacher appears.”