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Woman's Book of Confidence Journal
     

Woman's Book of Confidence Journal

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by Sue Patton Thoele
 

Confidence: a virtue that comes from within, but is sustained by the world around us—from the tall redwoods to the kind words of a friend, from a wise business decision to a dream realized. Use these pages to record your inspirations, your victories, even your failures. Learn to love the skip of your own step, to gain the confidence in the words that only

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Confidence: a virtue that comes from within, but is sustained by the world around us—from the tall redwoods to the kind words of a friend, from a wise business decision to a dream realized. Use these pages to record your inspirations, your victories, even your failures. Learn to love the skip of your own step, to gain the confidence in the words that only you can hear. Learn to be the best you can be, right now. This elegant guided journal has five tabbed sections, each focusing on a different goal. Encouraging quotations filled the lined pages to inspire and motivate.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781435116269
Publisher:
Sterling
Publication date:
09/11/2009
Pages:
128
Product dimensions:
6.10(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.70(d)

Meet the Author

Sue Patton Thoele is a former psychotherapist and hospice chaplain. She is the author of eleven other books, including The Courage to Be Yourself, The Woman’s Book of Soul, Growing Hope, Freedoms After 50, and The Mindful Woman. Sue and her husband, Gene, live in Colorado, bear their adult children and grandchildren.

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Woman's Book of Confidence Journal 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
IrishCajun More than 1 year ago
I don't have low self-confidence. I don't know why the author assumes all women do. But despite that false assumption on the author's part this is a fun journal. It asks questions about yourself that spark your creativity. When I'm in a "I want to do something but I don't know what" mood, I pull out the journal and complete some of it. I don't need healing so I can't say if it will help you heal or gain confidence but I can say it is fun, creative, and would be something interesting to pass along in your will (when that time comes!).
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BarbaraH More than 1 year ago
I bought several of these journals to use in a group setting with women who struggle with expressing their feelings and with journaling and they just love them. The set up is lovely and is very well done. It gives gentle guidance on topics and leads the writer along the way. It was just perfect for the group of people I work with. I think that it would also be good for anyone new to journal writitng and doesn't know where to start.