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Take Each Day One Step at a Time: Poems to Inspire and Encourage the Journey to Recovery
     

Take Each Day One Step at a Time: Poems to Inspire and Encourage the Journey to Recovery

by Patricia Wayant (Editor)
 
With poems to inspire and encourage the journey to recovery, this collection offers an array of ways to cope your emotions. Taking the time to breathe in fresh air each day helps to remind you that you cannot do everything in just a day. Recovery, whether it�s from a divorce, a lost job, a lost loved one, or an addiction, comes slowly and steadily. But there are

Overview

With poems to inspire and encourage the journey to recovery, this collection offers an array of ways to cope your emotions. Taking the time to breathe in fresh air each day helps to remind you that you cannot do everything in just a day. Recovery, whether it�s from a divorce, a lost job, a lost loved one, or an addiction, comes slowly and steadily. But there are always people in your life who are willing to lend a hand or a shoulder or an ear. Lean on these friends and loved ones for support because they love you and want to help.

This book is a wonderful gift to anyone who is struggling to become a better person, but who has gotten stuck half way along the journey. Tell them not to give up, tell them to push forward even when it�s hard to keep moving. If you, too, are struggling with a difficult change in your life, keep a copy for yourself! This book impels you to take a deeper look at yourself for the strength and motivation you need.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780883963951
Publisher:
Blue Mountain Arts, Inc.
Publication date:
09/15/1994
Series:
Blue Mountain Arts Collection Series
Pages:
63
Product dimensions:
5.70(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.30(d)

Read an Excerpt

Someone Is Always There for You

Stressful situations and trying times
are some of the realities of life.
When you experience them,
you may think they�ll never leave.
But even the most difficult times come and go,
and the strength you need to meet
the situation
will be there for you in the helping hand
of a friend,
in the compassion of a loved one
who cares,
and in the listening ear of someone who knows
what you�re going through.
All you have to do is look up and reach out,
and someone will be there
to share your troubles.

-Linda E. Knight

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