Letting Go of Debt: Meditations on Growing Richer One Day at a Time

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Chronic debt takes a terrible toll on a life. Finances stagger, the spirit flags, family and friends feel the strain. For those who wake each day facing such a burden, this inspiring book of daily meditations offers respite, hope, and practical advice. Simple and positive, each days message helps put seemingly unmanageable debt in the proper perspective-and reminds us of our deepest debt to ourselves: to take heart and find strength in the daily struggle.

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Overview

Chronic debt takes a terrible toll on a life. Finances stagger, the spirit flags, family and friends feel the strain. For those who wake each day facing such a burden, this inspiring book of daily meditations offers respite, hope, and practical advice. Simple and positive, each days message helps put seemingly unmanageable debt in the proper perspective-and reminds us of our deepest debt to ourselves: to take heart and find strength in the daily struggle.

Written by the former wife of a compulsive gambler, these meditations hold a universal message of hope for anyone seeking the courage to live wisely with trying circumstances-one day at a time.

Karen Casanova is the author of thirteen children's books. She lives in Saint Croix Falls, Wisconsin.

"Hazelden has done it again-brief, insightful, and compassionate road to the land of living debt-free with spiritual calm."
--Tom Tucker, CCGC. Executive Director, California council on Problem Gambling

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781568383675
  • Publisher: Hazelden Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/28/2000
  • Series: Spirituality/Self-Help Series
  • Pages: 400
  • Sales rank: 551,776
  • Product dimensions: 4.02 (w) x 6.02 (h) x 0.81 (d)

Meet the Author

Karen Casanova graduated from college debt-free only to find herself in the throes of debt after her marriage to a compulsive gambler. Divorced and deep in debt, she struggled not only to pay bills but also to find hope for the future. Spirituality and practicality became her saving graces. In Letting Go of Debt, Casanova shares some of the tools that help her maintain serenity while she works to become debt-free. Casanova is the author of thirteen children's books under various pennames. She has worked as a newspaper reporter and as an editor for the past eighteen years. Originally from Dearborn, Michigan, she now resides in St. Croix Falls, Wisconsin.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 17, 2000

    Letting Go

    Daily meditations for those who swim through a stormy sea of debt encircled by sharks. The stress of debt is as fierce as any other addiction, affecting us physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually, and even causing other addictive behaviors, all of which affects our relationships. In fact, we get so stressed about our debt that, for relief, we spend more. Debt is acquired a day at a time. Likewise, debt reduction and financial solvency are accomplished and maintained a day at a time. These meditations are a welcome adjunct to financial recovery programs or books.

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